Some of those questions, according to testimony in
In May, a judge removed the
The questions were on one of three documents removed by state police detectives from a locked filing cabinet in a second-floor office of the couple's
Kosuda-Bigazzi is accused of murdering her husband by hitting him with a hammer and then wrapping his body in plastic and storing it in the basement for several months.
Pierliugi Bigazzi was last seen at the
One of the documents in question -- handwritten notes by Kosuda-Bigazzi that could be considered a confession -- was included in the arrest warrant used to charge her with murder. The warrant has been made public.
Kosuda-Bigazzi's lawyers argue her notes are covered by attorney-client privilege and that police should not have taken them. Citing a case, State vs. Lenarz, they argue the murder case against Kosuda-Bigazzi should be dismissed because there is no way she can get a fair trial.
On Wednesday, attorney
Assistant State's Attorney
State police detective
"Some type of incident had taken place, some sort of altercation in the kitchen," Combes said.
At one point, Tomasiewicz became frustrated that Combes answered several inquiries by saying he "didn't recall."
"Is there something you don't want to tell me here, trooper?" Tomasiewicz asked. "I am hearing a lot of 'can't recalls'."
In the Lenarz case, police and prosecutors viewed documents related to legal strategy they found on the defendant's computer that fell under attorney-client privilege. The state Supreme Court eventually overturned the conviction.
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