State files motion in Troconis case preventing evidence from becoming public

State files motion in Troconis case preventing evidence from becoming public
The state of Connecticut filed a new motion in the Michelle Troconis case to limit her attorney from releasing evidence to the public.
It wants the court to require both sides to get permission before attaching evidence to any motions.
The request comes after Troconis' attorney released video of police interrogating her about the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos.
The state says that the release of video in the fall could lead to prejudicial pretrial publicity.
Troconis' attorney calls the motion a gag order and describes it as "patently frivolous."
Troconis is charged with evidence tampering, hindering prosecution and conspiracy to commit murder in the case of missing New Canaan woman, Jennifer Dulos.