First Cracks? >> Updated v.3 (with Washington Post link) <<
This just in: Last Friday, Victor Zaborsky’s counsel Thomas Connolly filed what may be two critical motions.
02/26/2010 Defendant Victor J. Zaborsky’s Motion for Severance
02/26/2010 Defendant Victor J. Zaborsky’s Motion and Incorporated Memorandum to Suppress Involuntary, Custodial Statements
We are on the way to Superior Court clerk’s office now to try and pull these documents. We’re also trying to wrap our arms around what these may mean. ABANET has this on severance motions. Law jocks: A little help?
>> 3:00pm ET: The clerk’s office does not yet have the motions available. We’ll get them posted as soon as they are made public.
>> 4:00 pm ET: Looks like Joe has filed the same motion to severance. Dylan’s case is not coming up in the database.
02/26/2010 Defendant Joseph R. Price’s Motion and Incorporated Memorandum to Suppress Involuntary, Custodial Statements
2/26/2010 Defendant Joseph R. Price’s Motion for Severance
>> 5:30pmET: WaPo’s Keith Alexander files this: Men ask for separate trials in Wone killing
“In the filings by their attorneys, the men said they wanted separate trials because police interrogated each man separately and, as a result, they said they have the right to be tried separately.”