Tag: Dylan Ward

Miranda Warning(s)

Were 4th, 5th & 6th Amendment Rights Violated?  >Update @ end< In a busy week of motions and filings these two stand out. Ernesto Miranda If,  as the defense contends, Ward and Zaborsky were not properly ‘Mirandized” on the night of Robert’s murder,…

Kitchen Nightmares

What’s Cooking with Chef Ward?   << Updated>> The first whiff we get that the Swann Street housemates were less than gracious hosts is in the affidavit.  According to their statements, they spent from 1030pm – 1100pm talking in the kitchen…

Double Edged Sword

The Missing Knife – that says it all, or does it? The knife used to murder Robert Wone is one of the most perplexing pieces of physical evidence in a most bewildering case. The prosecution claims the knife found on the…

Things That Make You Go Hmmm…

Why Didn’t Anyone Check On The Third Housemate? And What Of That Bloodstain? It’s been said a crime succeeds or fails within the first 6 minutes.  It’s our collective hope to see this crime fail, which brings us once more…

Behind Brown Eyes

Who is Dylan Ward? Of the three Swann Street defendants, Dylan Ward remains the most enigmatic.  Gaining insight about this man are often feels like a treasure-less expedition.  The fact that so little is known about the fair-haired Puck from…

Craig's List

Twenty for Twenty-Ten We learned quite a bit over the course of 2009.  Among the highlights: MPD Officer Diane Durham’s end-of-shift statement that contradicted the Trouple’s story on where they discovered Robert; the fact that all three of the housemates…

Dismissive

Government Beats Back Motion to Dismiss In the latest motion filed in the Wone case, the government responded in opposition to the defense’s joint motion to dismiss counts one (conspiracy to obstruct justice) and two (obstruction of justice) of the…

Is Weisberg OUT?

Pretty Vacant  So, we were pulling our January schedules together the other day, and we wanted to make sure the January 15th status hearing was still on. Guess what we noticed? According to the court calendar, the January 15th status hearing…

Game On — On Our Schedule

Defense Acting Alone Dictates Scheduling Order After doing their best to delay the game, and realizing that the game day is on the books, the defense is now trying to dictate the upcoming schedule for the trial preparations.  And they are doing it unilaterally. In…