Ron Kuby, one of Gigi Jordan’s many lawyers, made a last-minute appearance demanding a mistrial based on the judge’s refusal to let the jury see evidence that might have proved Jordan believed her ex-husband was going to have her killed.
A physician for 34 years, Dr. Schiller Desgrottes was charged Wednesday with the illegal sale of more than 200 prescriptions for 41,000 oxycodone pills.
The charge is in connection with an attack last month on three gay men who were dressed in women’s clothing and walking near Bushwick Avenue.
Defense attorney Allan Brenner told jurors Monday that there was no murderous intent when Jordan killed the boy, saying she acted as a result of “extreme emotional disturbance.”
A Manhattan federal judge presiding over the case against Ross Ulbricht, accused founder of Silk Road, is now the subject of online death threats.
Rita Cristman tesified that Gigi Jordan told her if a stem cell transplant she was setting up to cure the boy of his autism did not work, she was going to end it all for both of them.
Gigi Jordan is on trial, accused of killing 8-year-old Jude Mirra, who died of a drug overdose in February 2010 at the Peninsula Hotel in Midtown.
The defense for a millionaire mother who has admitted to killing her autistic child with prescription pills called a medical expert the stand– the forensic pathologist who reviewed slides taken during the autopsy on 8-year-old Jude.
Jordan, a socialite and former pharmaceutical millionaire, is on trial, accused of killing her son, who died of a drug overdose in February 2010 at the Peninsula Hotel in Midtown.
Gigi Jordan admits that she intentionally poisoned her son Jude, but that she did it to save him from torture and sex abuse by dozens of people.
Arthur Budovsky, 40, the Costa Rican founder of currency transfer and payment processing company Liberty Reserve, was extradited from Spain to the U.S. on Friday.
A millionaire accused of murdering her 8-year-old son was cross-examined Friday.
A socialite and former pharmaceutical millionaire testified Thursday that her nonverbal, autistic son told her he wanted to die by typing on a BlackBerry.
A pharmaceuticals millionaire charged with killing her developmentally disabled son in a deluxe Manhattan hotel room says she didn’t force drugs down his throat, as prosecutors allege.
The family of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died of a chokehold while in police custody, will sue city of New York as well as the NYPD for $75 million, plus attorneys’ fees.