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That's because it doesn't exist, ...
That's because it doesn't exist, according to Assistant District Attorney Charlene Coggins-Franks and Assistant City Attorney Toni Smith, who argued against releasing the records.
said the report would have been with the State Bureau of Investigation
, but that they didn't turn it over to the Durham County
District Attorney's Office because they don't have it.
It was not immediately clear why no SBI report was done.
The judge said he
believed what the prosecutor and city attorney told him, but added that if it later turns out that the report does exist, "somebody's going to pay heck with a possible contempt (of court charge.)"
accused Charns of being on "a fishing expedition" in an attempt to lay the groundwork for a civil-rights lawsuit.
On Monday, Assistant District Attorney ...
On Monday, Assistant District Attorney Charlene Coggins-Franks filed a motion to extend a seal on search warrants, 911 calls and other records related to the investigation.
Coggins-Franks also responded to the media organizations' attempt to unseal the records, arguing that unsealing the records could "undermine and hinder and hamper the investigation and jeopardize the state's right to prosecute the perpetrator.
Releasing the information could also jeopardize the potential defendant's right to a fair trial, Coggins-Franks wrote.
Assistant District Attorney ...
Assistant District Attorney Charlene Coggins-Franks said that the trial will be held during two court sessions beginning on Nov. 12 and extending through the Nov. 18 session.
There was a possibility that a ...
There was a possibility that a trial date would have been selected for that case Monday, but his attorney was in a trial in Wake County and could not appear in Durham County, according to Assistant District Attorney Charlene Coggins-Franks.
In 1999, Allen pleaded guilty to sexually molesting and murdering a 2-year-old girl in Durham.
was sent to prison for 43 to 54 years.
Also on Tuesday, Assistant District ...
Also on Tuesday, Assistant District Attorney Charlene Coggins-Franks called a representative from HP, also known as Hewlett-Packard, who testified about whether a certain kind of hard drive would have worked with a docking station that was in the Abaroa home in 2005.
She said it was not available then, although other types of hard drives were available.
also had an assistant read the transcript from a previous hearing in October 2012 in which Raven Abaroa testified about the docking station and whether it had hard drive capabilities.