Comments for: Defense appeals use of medical records in Maiden Cliff trial

Posted Nov. 05, 2012, at 5:50 p.m.
Last modified Nov. 05, 2012, at 6:06 p.m.

ROCKLAND | The attorney for a man accused of trying to kill his wife by pushing her off Maiden Cliff last year has appealed to the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to prevent the prosecution’s use of his client’s medical records. The appeal filed on behalf of 69-year-old Charles R. …

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  • Anonymous

    yeah, i don’t think she ‘fell a short distance’ and then got up and made her way merrily down the mountain. good grief.

  • Anonymous

    If the defense is requesting that Black’s medical records to be prevented from being used in court, makes one wonder what would be in them to contradict his defense strategy.

  • Anonymous

    publishers clearing house ! Need more be said ? Good grief dude…….get your own money !

  • Anonymous

    Loser, didn’t know when he had it so good & he couldn’t live with sharing “her” money.  Attorney is making the big $$$$ off this loser  & probably this demon will go free.  

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