Exactly one week from his last visit to the federal courthouse in White Plains, Christopher St. Lawrence returned, this time without handcuffs, in a complete suit, and forcing a smile alongside his attorney, Patrick Burke. He and co-defendant Aaron Troodler were there to sort out the details of how the mountain of evidence collected by the FBI will be made available to all their attorneys.
As reported by Gabriel Rom in The Journal News, the prosecution has more than 205,000 documents to build their criminal case against the two defendants.
Troodler’s attorney, Susan Wolf, explained to Judge Cathy Seibel that she had about half a terabyte of data to hand over to the prosecution. Rom reports the total for all the material is something over 2 terabytes of information for the attorneys to examine. [Read more…]