Gag Order issued 10/9

At this point, the Court concludes that a “no comment” order would be too restrictive. However, an order similar to the one affirmed in Brown is appropriate. Accordingly, attorneys, parties, or witnesses in this case are prohibited from discussing with any public communications media anything about the case which could interfere with a fair trial, including statements intended to influence public opinion regarding the merits of this case, with exceptions for matters of public record and the mere assertion of innocence. Further discussion of evidence subject to motions in limine is prohibited.

Trial Order issued 10/9

Jury Questionnaire Exhibit