The Dulos Case Could Be Heading to Trial
The Dulos case has captivated the public ever since Jennifer Dulos disappeared on May 24, 2019. After a bitter divorce and custody battle, Jennifer went missing without a trace. She is presumed dead. Her husband, Fotis Dulos, was arrested and was arraigned for her murder, but killed himself before the trial began. Although Fotis denied killing his wife, he said in a TV interview that he hoped she was still alive.
The case involving the Dulos family is one of the most mysterious in modern history. The young American woman went missing on May 24, 2019, and was believed to have been murdered in a violent attack in New Canaan, Connecticut. Her husband, Fotis Dulos, allegedly conspired with investigators and hid evidence. His suicide in January 2020 has raised questions about his motives.
Fotis Dulos’s lawyer, Michael Mawhinney, is accused of providing an alibi for his client. The state court granted a reduced bond of $246,000 after Mawhinney provided information about his friend, Jennifer Dulos. This is a sign that the case has reached a crucial stage, and it may also be an indication that the case could be headed to trial. This is an interesting development because it could mean the end of Fotis Dulos’ life.
In the meantime, state prosecutors and federal investigators have provided documents detailing the investigation conducted by the Homeland Security. The documents reveal that Fotis Dulos used his friend Andreas Toutziaridis’ cell phone to create an alibi. The documents also show why federal investigators searched Andreas Toutziaridis’ cell phone. The documents were filed four months after Jennifer Dulos disappeared. In the document, the federal investigators request that the cell phone be subjected to advanced forensic examination.
Fotis Dulos has also been charged with tampering with evidence. The state believes he used his truck on the day Jennifer Dulos went missing. The photos in the arrest warrant show how the pickup was traveling. The two suspects have been in custody since Jan. 7, 2020. They are now facing trial and are charged with felony murder, kidnapping, and conspiracy to commit a crime.
Fotis Dulos is the estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos. The 51-year-old estranged husband of the mother of five was arrested late Saturday night. He is also the estranged husband of Michelle Troconis. The two are being held in jail on $500,000 bail. They are also charged with tampering with physical evidence and hindering the prosecution.
The search for the woman who murdered Jennifer Dulos has led investigators to central Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. Evidence has been found in the areas of a garbage processing plant in Hartford, a water skiing pond in Avon, and homes associated with Jennifer Dulos’ estranged husband’s construction business. The search has also led investigators to a 3,000-acre park in West Hartford, Connecticut.