Month: February 2009

Friday's Civil Case Hearing Postponed ?

New Date For Status Hearing To Be Set? We’re hearing that Judge Brook Hedge may have stayed the Wone civil case pending the criminal matter. A two page court order could surface  tomorrow that may further explain this development. This afternoon, the Blade’s Lou Chibbaro posted an update here…

What's at Stake on Friday?

Currently, only one case  seeks to answer the question of who murdered Robert Wone, and that is the wrongful death civil suit filed on behalf of Robert’s widow, Kathy Wone.  For the plaintiffs, what’s at stake at Friday’s hearing is…

Impunity

A Response to the Washington Blade Kevin; We’ve followed the Blade’s coverage of the Robert Wone murder from the beginning and have found it of great help in understanding the events of that night.  You should be proud of what…

Unliquidated Assets – Part 2

As a follow-up to the search of the DC Real Property Database, and to the questions posed by several commenters, a search of the Miami-Dade County real property records reveals that the Miami Shores home purchased in June, 2008 has…

Unliquidated Assets – Part 1

In Joe Price’s email plea for financial support for his, Victor Zaborsky’s, and Dylan Ward’s defense, he indicated that they have had to liquidate all assets to pay for their legal counsel. A quick search of DC real estate records…

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

As we approach next week and Friday’s D.C. Superior Court hearing on motions to stay the civil case, a few thoughts on the past week. First, for those new to this site, welcome. A special round of thanks goes out…

Is Kathy Wone's Civil Suit Valid Under the DC Statute of Limitations?

Some discussion has ensued amongst the commenters on the previous post regarding additional legal support being added for Kathy Wone’s civil suit. At issue is the statute of limitations in the District of Columbia for filing a wrongful death lawsuit.…

Wone Family Lawyers Up, Again. Big Time.

What Does Patrick Regan’s Add Mean for the Civil Case? As reported late Wednesday by Mike Scarcella in the Blog of Legal Times,  veteran plaintiffs attorney and wrongful deaths expert Patrick Regan has now signed on with the Wone team.…