Judge denies motions to suppress Michelle Troconis’ police interviews, DNA evidence in Jennifer Dulos case

Judge Kevin Randolph denied motions to suppress Michelle Troconis’ police interviews and to suppress DNA evidence at her upcoming trial in connection to the disappearance and presumed death of Jennifer Dulos. 

Nicole Alarcon Soares

Dec 20, 2023, 9:02 PM

Updated 217 days ago

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Michelle Troconis' motions to suppress her DNA and police interviews were denied by a judge on Wednesday. 
Judge Kevin Randolph denied motions to suppress Michelle Troconis’ police interviews and to suppress DNA evidence at her upcoming trial in connection to the disappearance and presumed death of Jennifer Dulos. 
Troconis' defense attorney had argued that statements on Troconis' first two interviews should be suppressed for the full trial in January, and that Troconis’ constitutional rights were violated. 
According to documents, Judge Randolph concluded the search warrants for Troconis’ DNA were valid and did not lack probable cause, and that Troconis’ had assistance of "competent council" during her interviews. 


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