Thursday, February 23, 2006

Idaho Trial Delayed Until October 16th

ABC News4's KXLY reports:

COEUR D'ALENE -- The judge in the Joseph Duncan case has agreed to a defense request to delay the trial so they can have more time to prepare.

Defense Attorney John Adams asked for more time to prepare for the case, citing the huge volume of evidence he needed to go through.
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Citing that it was a “Hard decision but right decision,” Idaho District Court Judge Fred Gibler sided with Adams and agreed to postpone Duncan’s trial date from April 4th to October 16th.

1 comment:

Neantaeus said...

Adams is just stalling in the hope that the longer it takes to get to trial, the morely likely it will be that the locals and press will cool down. It's an old trick.