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Some footage from today's hearing .... Rosenfeld "She's a misunderstood person...." Um, no Rosenfeld, we understand exactly who she is!

http://cbs12.com/news/local/dalia-di...nied-new-trial

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I don't know if anyone will get this, but the look on her face is like the woman in Kindergarten Cop when the officer said "You're not so tough without your car, are ya?"

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Motion for New Trial Hearing on July 14th:

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Little update here, after she was taken into custody:

"Paramedics were called to the courthouse after she had trouble breathing, but she was later taken to jail. She had been on house arrest for several years."

https://www.local10.com/news/crime/d...o-kill-husband
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poor girl. the cops will have a real good reality tv show now. vindicated and all. total waste of taxpayer money. smdh
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Attorneys to file Dippolito sentencing recommendations

Prosecutors will ask for the maximum possible penalty for Dalia Dippolito at her sentencing Friday.

Assistant State Attorney Craig Williams filed his sentencing memorandum late Wednesday afternoon. In it, Williams seeks a 30-year sentence for Dippolito.

Typically in appellate cases sent back for retrial, the defendant can get no more their original sentence. Dippolito received a 20-year sentence following her first trial and conviction in 2011.

But in his new filing, prosecutor Williams listed Dippolito’s efforts to take over her husband’s assets, violate his probation, even poison him with antifreeze-- all prior to hiring the hit.

Williams called Dippolito’s actions “the most ruthless, cruel, inhumane, heartless and deliberate of any case.”

He cited a state statute as justification for the maximum possible penalty for a first degree felony, 30 years, versus the 20-year sentence.

It remains to be seen if Judge Glenn Kelley will buy into the argument.



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poor girl. the cops will have a real good reality tv show now. vindicated and all. total waste of taxpayer money. smdh
Yeah, poor Dalia, she can't cheat any other men out of their assets, plant drugs in their cars and slip antifreeze into their drinks then make up five different, contradicting stories to explain away her actions.
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Attorneys request 2-year prison sentence for Dalia Dippolito

Attorneys for the Boynton Beach woman who hired an undercover police officer to kill her husband are asking for a sentence of two years in prison.

Attorneys Brian Claypool, Greg Rosenfeld and Andrew B. Greenlee wrote Thursday in a motion for downward departure that Dippolito "has been a law-abiding citizen her entire life." They said Dippolito "has lived a truly exemplary life" aside from the crime for which she was convicted.

They've asked Palm Beach County Judge Glenn Kelley to sentence Dippolito to 48 months in prison with credit for time served. The request would mean Dippolito would serve just 24 months in state prison, plus jail credit for 163 days, followed by eight years of probation with restitution.

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Juror in Dalia Dippolito trial talks 'sleeping juror', Dippolito to be sentenced Friday

A juror in the Dalia Dippolito murder-for-hire trial is opening up about a possible 'sleeping' juror during the trial.

It took nearly 90 minutes for a jury of 6 to convict Dippolito of solicitation to commit murder with a gun. Lee Ann Huey said she was the only juror who initially felt Dippolito was not guilty.

"I was the one who probably was the holdout. The others were ready to go guilty as soon as they walked into the room," said Huey in a phone interview.

Huey said the defense team's argument about how the Boynton Beach Police Department handled the case, failing to record a key meeting between Dippolito and a confidential informant resonated with her and she wanted the rest of the jurors to consider whether the evidence should be thrown out.

By the end of their discussion of the evidence, Huey said she agreed with the other jurors that Dippolito was guilty. She said she could not ignore the video and audio recordings of Dippolito talking about the murder-for-hire plot.

Dippolito's defense team tried to challenge that verdict last week by asking for a new trial. They claim one juror was asleep in court during key testimony. .... one day before sentencing Huey admits she saw the juror dosing off.

"I don't think she was asleep for a long period of time. I think she just nodded off a couple times that day," said Huey.

Huey said a few jurors confronted the juror about possibly being asleep.

"Two or three of us mentioned it when we went back there, they go like, 'you know you're dosing off' and she goes, 'no, no I wasn't,'" said Huey.

The juror in question did not want to make any comments.

Dippolito will be sentenced at 1:30 p.m. Friday.

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http://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-pa...months-in-jail
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Attorneys request 2-year prison sentence for Dalia Dippolito

Attorneys for the Boynton Beach woman who hired an undercover police officer to kill her husband are asking for a sentence of two years in prison.

Attorneys Brian Claypool, Greg Rosenfeld and Andrew B. Greenlee wrote Thursday in a motion for downward departure that Dippolito "has been a law-abiding citizen her entire life." They said Dippolito "has lived a truly exemplary life" aside from the crime for which she was convicted.

They've asked Palm Beach County Judge Glenn Kelley to sentence Dippolito to 48 months in prison with credit for time served. The request would mean Dippolito would serve just 24 months in state prison, plus jail credit for 163 days, followed by eight years of probation with restitution.

Read more here:
https://www.local10.com/news/florida...alia-dippolito
Somehow I doubt the judge will go for that.
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Juror in Dalia Dippolito trial talks 'sleeping juror', Dippolito to be sentenced Friday

A juror in the Dalia Dippolito murder-for-hire trial is opening up about a possible 'sleeping' juror during the trial.

It took nearly 90 minutes for a jury of 6 to convict Dippolito of solicitation to commit murder with a gun. Lee Ann Huey said she was the only juror who initially felt Dippolito was not guilty.

"I was the one who probably was the holdout. The others were ready to go guilty as soon as they walked into the room," said Huey in a phone interview.

Huey said the defense team's argument about how the Boynton Beach Police Department handled the case, failing to record a key meeting between Dippolito and a confidential informant resonated with her and she wanted the rest of the jurors to consider whether the evidence should be thrown out.

By the end of their discussion of the evidence, Huey said she agreed with the other jurors that Dippolito was guilty. She said she could not ignore the video and audio recordings of Dippolito talking about the murder-for-hire plot.

Dippolito's defense team tried to challenge that verdict last week by asking for a new trial. They claim one juror was asleep in court during key testimony. .... one day before sentencing Huey admits she saw the juror dosing off.

"I don't think she was asleep for a long period of time. I think she just nodded off a couple times that day," said Huey.

Huey said a few jurors confronted the juror about possibly being asleep.

"Two or three of us mentioned it when we went back there, they go like, 'you know you're dosing off' and she goes, 'no, no I wasn't,'" said Huey.

The juror in question did not want to make any comments.

Dippolito will be sentenced at 1:30 p.m. Friday.

Read the entire article here:
http://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-pa...months-in-jail

Yes. It only matters if a juror is paying attention when there's a conviction.

During Casey Anthony's trial there were reports of a couple of jurors nodding off during testimony.

Our system is such a load of crap.
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Melvin Perry looked like he nodded of in KC trial.
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defense has no witnesses. defense attorney has advised his client not to speak.
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no way did her mother write that letter that this defense attorney is reading.
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Awww her sweet little baby boy......who would be better off not being raised by this crazy bitch.
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God fearing woman my ass.
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At the end of the day, this convicted defendant is responsible for the suffering of her own family, ....not the media, not the public.... it's this criminal's own bad actions.
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how is a letter written back in 2011 even relevant in this sentencing hearing?
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