Judge sides with state, won’t move forward with Dulos murder case

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Judge sides with state, won't move forward with Dulos murder case

STAMFORD, CT (WFSB) — A judge sided with state prosecutors regarding the murder case against Fotis Dulos.

On Tuesday, a judge said they won’t move forward with a trial regarding the murder charges against Fotis Dulos, saying there can’t be a trial without a defendant.

Fotis Dulos was pronounced dead on Jan. 30. He died by suicide by way of carbon monoxide poisoning.

His death came a few weeks after he was charged in the murder of his estranged wife Jennifer Farber Dulos.

Dulos’ attorney Norm Pattis said Tuesday that the charges being nolled wasn’t the outcome he was hoping for.

“This was not the ending we anticipated and the form we hoped. We hoped fully well to stand in front of you with the charges against Mr. Dulos by way of an acquittal. Instead they were nolled, incident as a result of his death,” Pattis said on Tuesday. 00:00 00:00 space play / pause

q unload | stop f fullscreen shift + ← → slower / faster ↑ ↓ volume m mute ← → seek . seek to previous 1 2 … 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% Before that inside court, Pattis had objected the motion to no longer prosecute his client, saying he wanted a trial to clear his client’s name.In fact, Pattis even outlined a new theory, saying Jennifer came to a violent end at the hands of a third party, and Fotis Dulos disposed of debris, but not knowing what it was.Pattis said someone dumped the trash […]

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