Melissa Calusinski: Status Hearing Set For February 28th.

* Calusinski's status hearing has been postponed until March, 5th. Judge Martha Pacold made the decision to reschedule on Feb. 26th.    The case of Melissa Calusinski; sentenced to 31 years in prison for the murder of 16-month-old Benjamin Kingan in 2009, is due to once more gain momentum via a status hearing set for … Continue reading Melissa Calusinski: Status Hearing Set For February 28th.

The Curious Case Of Valentino Dixon and the 440 Motion

The case of The People of the State of New York vs Valentino Dixon comes across as bad Hollywood screenwriting rather than an actual case making its way through our criminal justice system. So many things in this case beggar belief that it's difficult to know where to begin. There are certain points that are … Continue reading The Curious Case Of Valentino Dixon and the 440 Motion

Wisconsin Court Of Appeals Set To Rule On Steven Avery’s Latest Motion To Supplement The Record | CD Placed Under Seal

*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

Jermane Scott: Jumping The Gun—Part. 3

For all documents provided via FOIA re Jermane Scott’s case please link to: Jermane Scott Case Files Jumping The Gun—Part.1 Jumping The Gun—Part.2 Monday the 9th of December was a crucial day in the investigation of the murder of Bertram Thomas. Key evidence, aided by a growing list of witnesses would further shape an investigation … Continue reading Jermane Scott: Jumping The Gun—Part. 3

Andrew Spagnola Granted New Trial Over Prosecutorial Misconduct In Case Echoing That Of Melissa Calusinski

Last month, the Court of Appeals of Michigan, voted 2-1 in favour of granting Andrew Joseph Spagnola a new trial. Spagnola was convicted of first-degree child abuse in relation to one of his 11-week-old twin daughters in 2015. Prosecutor's claims, that Spagnola caused his daughter abusive head trauma by either shaking her or banging her … Continue reading Andrew Spagnola Granted New Trial Over Prosecutorial Misconduct In Case Echoing That Of Melissa Calusinski