Going backwards is sometimes the only way to move forwards. The 2nd District Court of Appeals today remanded Steven Avery's Motion to Supplement the Record back to the trial court in Manitowoc. The decision—which will likely delay the filing of Avery's brief according to Avery's docket—has put to an end uncertainty over whether evidence submitted … Continue reading One Step Back, Two Steps Forward For Steven Avery As Court Of Appeals Remands Motion To Supplement The Record Back To Trial Court
*UPDATE: Since the publication of this article the Court of Appeals has remanded Steven Avery's Motion to Supplement the Record back to the Manitowoc Circuit Court. Zellner is due to file Avery's motion to the trial court by July 6th. For CJRJ's latest on Steven Avery & Brendan Dassey, please link to the following: "New … Continue reading Steven Avery Awaiting Decision By Court Of Appeals On Motion To Supplement The Record.
*UPDATE: Since the publication of this article, the Court of Appeals have remanded Steven Avery's Motion to Supplement the Record back to the Manitowoc Circuit Court. Kathleen Zellner is due to file her motion with the trial court by the 6th of July. Zellner will be able to file additional information/findings along with that which … Continue reading Wisconsin Court Of Appeals Set To Rule On Steven Avery’s Latest Motion To Supplement The Record | CD Placed Under Seal
Wednesday, April. 18th, saw the Oral Argument for Melissa Calusinski held at the Court of Appeals in Elgin, IL. Justices Kathryn E. Zenoff, Mary S. Schostok and Michael J. Burke heard arguments from Kathleen Zellner—representing the defence—and Mary Burns—representing the state. Determining whether a Brady Violation occurred in the state's disclosure of legible x-rays in … Continue reading State Fights For Position Over Brady. Was Evidence Lawfully Tendered In The Case Of Melissa Calusinski?
The 2nd District Court of Appeals yesterday granted Oral Argument in the case of Melissa Calusinski. Once again, Calusinski will have her day in court. Arguments are scheduled for 9.30am on April. 18, in what will be the second case heard that day. Representing Calusinski will be Kathleen Zellner, aided by Douglas Johnson. Due to … Continue reading Court Of Appeals Grants Oral Argument For Melissa Calusinski
Yesterday, the Oklahoma Criminal Court of Appeals finally updated Daniel's docket to release the state's request for more time. MORE TIME?! For those of us that have to wait for these updates to the docket to get this information, it is a maddening game. So to see why they wanted more time was almost like … Continue reading We Need More Time!
Once again, after a long wait, there is movement in the Daniel Holtzclaw case. Technically, at any rate. The state has filed yet another motion. I'll bet you can guess what for, too. That's right, today they filed a MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE RESPONSE TO APPELLANT'S MOTION TO UNSEAL PROCEEDINGS. I swear, … Continue reading Hiding Behind Time
You remember Dr. Ray Spencer, don't you? He's the man that was a police officer with Vancouver Police Department when he was wrongfully convicted of molesting his own children back in the mid-eighties. He was exonerated after 20 years, and is a free man, with no criminal record. Clark County Washington finally put a price … Continue reading Merry Christmas, Dr. Spencer
It's been a while since I wrote about Daniel Holtzclaw and Ray Spencer. Not a lot has been happening in the public eye for either of them. There have been some things behind the scenes, not all of which I am at liberty to disclose. When they do become "public knowledge", I am sure bigger … Continue reading Where Are They Now?