In the aftermath of the appellate decision, the Castillos and I had a limited period of time in which to decide whether we … Continue Reading
I asked Clem Glynn how he came to know about the jurors, especially that one nasty juror who wanted to sabotage everythin… Continue Reading
On the first full day of deliberations in the Castillo-DuPont case, as the lawyers were going through the evidence with… Continue Reading
In my last post, I wrote about some of the dirty tricks the defense was employing during this trial, and how one of the defe… Continue Reading
As I mentioned earlier, when we went to trial, my two key witnesses had never testified in court before.
That’s an extr… Continue Reading
In my last post, I recounted how I had been questioning the DuPont toxicology expert Dr. Judith C. Stadler, and how we had… Continue Reading
With the exposure issue now firmly behind us, the next fight we had to endure in the Castillo-DuPont case was the battle o… Continue Reading
Greg Gaebe’s opening argument in the Castillo-DuPont case began to get very opinionated. He was representing Pine I… Continue Reading
When we had finished with the Frye hearing for the Castillo-DuPont trial, it was time to select the jury for trial.
… Continue Reading
In the Castillo case, where I was representing the Castillo family against DuPont and its toxic fungicide that had caus… Continue Reading