Category: Wone civil suit

Where’s Ward-o?

Could A Black-Out Spell Out Dylan Ward’s Where Abouts? During the 2004 Presidential Campaign, CBS News ran a story critical of President George W. Bush’s service in the Air National Guard. Right-leaning political bloggers immediately raised questions about the authenticity…

28 Questions Later

What Wasn’t Asked in the First Wone Trial, and What Should Be Asked in the Next Like all court followers, we’ve had one eye on next year’s civil trial and the other, on DC’s current court-house drama, the Chandra Levy/Ingmar…

Sunshine State

Bienvenido a Miami In the years following Robert’s murder, Florida seemed to be calling out to the Swann Street defendants.  Dylan Ward moved down to Wilton Manors, Ft. Lauderdale’s gay enclave in the fall of 2007 to work at a…

The Paper Chase

Document Dump Now as promised, the rest of the motions filed over the past couple months.   So far these have yielded MPD Officer Diane Durham’s statement that refutes Joe Price’s known explanation of where he found Robert’s body; Detective Brian…

Civil War

The Maryland Campaign Late Friday afternoon, Mike Scarcella of the Legal Times had news on the latest skirmish in Kathy Wone’s $20 million wrongful death civil suit. Any small victory the defendants may have felt following Judge Weisberg’s September status hearing…

Objection Overruled

How the Coming Battle Over Evidence Will Shape The Trial’s Outcome No doubt many readers of this site – we’re looking your way, legal eagles – have far more experience and expertise in this subject than any of us.  Still,…

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…

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.…