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Christopher Montgomery, an ...
www.rutlandherald.com, 17 April 2010 [cached]
Christopher Montgomery, an attorney with Abatiell Associates, P.C., of Rutland, filed an appeal of Wesley's decision Monday in Bennington District Court.
was appointed by the state to represent Brillon.
also filed two motions with the court Wednesday.
One asks for permission to allow a deposition from a police officer to be used as evidence for the defense.
said the deposition was not allowed during the 2004 case but the police officer is now dead and couldn't testify in person.
The other motion asks for a hearing on Brillon's rights to "pretrial discovery and motions."
Bennington County State's Attorney Erica Marthage, Montgomery and Wesley discussed the issue Friday.
said Brillon's case was unusual because of the time that had passed since the incident and since Brillon's first trial.
ndia.net, 13 Jan 2008 [cached]
Christopher Montgomery, Esq.Abatiell AssociatesOne Justice Square Rutland, VT 05701 775-2508; fax 775-2500
On Sept. 3, Christopher ...
www.rutlandherald.com, 8 Sept 2008 [cached]
On Sept. 3, Christopher Montgomery, a lawyer with the Rutland firm of Abatiell Associates who has a contract to act as a public defender, asked to have the case reassigned to lawyers who handle serious felonies.Montgomery said the large number of serious offenses, punishable by life in prison, warranted the special defense attorney team.Judge John Wesley, however, declined to grant Montgomery's request to withdraw.
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Chris Montgomery for PCR Trial (802) 775-2508
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Mould's court-appointed attorney, ...
www.rutlandherald.com, 26 Nov 2008 [cached]
Mould's court-appointed attorney, Christopher Montgomery, a lawyer with the Rutland firm of Abatiell Associates, said, "It was Mr. Mould's instructions to me that he does not want the children further involved in this matter.
said Mould understood that the state was free to seek life imprisonment under the terms of the plea agreement.