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  • Schenecker Trial: Julie Schenecker

    Julie Schenecker

    Sunday, April 27 2014 9:14 AM EDT2014-04-27 13:14:09 GMT
    Julie Schenecker is on trial for the murder of her son, Beau, and daughter, CalyxJulie Schenecker is on trial for the murder of her son, Beau, and daughter, Calyx
    Julie Schenecker was born Julie Powers on January 13, 1961. She was 50 when police arrested her for the murder of her children.She had a decade-long military career as a Russian linguist and interrogator.
    Julie Schenecker was born Julie Powers on January 13, 1961. She was 50 when police arrested her for the murder of her children.She had a decade-long military career as a Russian linguist and interrogator.
  • Schenecker Trial: Calyx and Beau Schenecker

    Schenecker Trial: Calyx and Beau Schenecker

    Sunday, April 27 2014 8:46 AM EDT2014-04-27 12:46:07 GMT
    Prosecutors believe Calyx Schenecker and her brother Beau died at the hands of their mother on Thursday, January 27, 2011.Prosecutors believe Calyx Schenecker and her brother Beau died at the hands of their mother on Thursday, January 27, 2011.
    Prosecutors believe Calyx Schenecker and her brother Beau died at the hands of their mother on Thursday, January 27, 2011. Calyx was 16 at the time and went to King High School. Beau was 13 and attended Liberty Middle.
    Prosecutors believe Calyx Schenecker and her brother Beau died at the hands of their mother on Thursday, January 27, 2011. Calyx was 16 at the time and went to King High School. Beau was 13 and attended Liberty Middle.
  • Schenecker Trial: Prosecutor James Pruner

    Prosecutor James Pruner

    Sunday, April 27 2014 10:09 AM EDT2014-04-27 14:09:01 GMT
    James Jay Pruner is the lead prosecutor for the case against Julie Schenecker.James Jay Pruner is the lead prosecutor for the case against Julie Schenecker.
    James Jay Pruner is the lead prosecutor for the case against Julie Schenecker. He's a 1984 graduate from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans.He is a familiar face on Tampa television because he has represented the state in a lot of high-profile murder trials.
    James Jay Pruner is the lead prosecutor for the case against Julie Schenecker. He's a 1984 graduate from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans.He is a familiar face on Tampa television because he has represented the state in a lot of high-profile murder trials.
  • Schenecker Trial: Assistant State Attorney, Stephen M. Udagawa

    Stephen M. Udagawa, Assistant State Attorney

    Sunday, April 27 2014 9:04 AM EDT2014-04-27 13:04:29 GMT
    In State v. Julie Schenecker, Mr. Udagawa will act as co-counsel or second chair to Mr. Jay Pruner.In State v. Julie Schenecker, Mr. Udagawa will act as co-counsel or second chair to Mr. Jay Pruner.
    In State v. Julie Schenecker, Mr. Udagawa will act as co-counsel or second chair to Mr. Jay Pruner.Mr. Stephen M. Udagawa was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. He graduated from Boston College in 1991 with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree, Cum Laude, in Psychology.
    In State v. Julie Schenecker, Mr. Udagawa will act as co-counsel or second chair to Mr. Jay Pruner.Mr. Stephen M. Udagawa was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. He graduated from Boston College in 1991 with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree, Cum Laude, in Psychology.
  • Schenecker Trial: Circuit Judge Emmett L. Battles

    Schenecker Trial: Circuit Judge Emmett L. Battles

    Sunday, April 27 2014 8:46 AM EDT2014-04-27 12:46:16 GMT
    Circuit Judge Emmett L. BattlesCircuit Judge Emmett L. Battles
    Judge Emmett Lamar Battles was appointed to the bench in 2002 by Governor Jeb Bush. His first role was in juvenile delinquency. He's been serving in Hillsborough County's Felony Trial Division since September 2008.
    Judge Emmett Lamar Battles was appointed to the bench in 2002 by Governor Jeb Bush. His first role was in juvenile delinquency. He's been serving in Hillsborough County's Felony Trial Division since September 2008.
  • Schenecker Trial: Defense Attorney Ms. Jaye Duncan

    Schenecker Trial: Defense Attorney Ms. Jaye Duncan

    Sunday, April 27 2014 8:45 AM EDT2014-04-27 12:45:51 GMT
    Defense Attorney Ms. Jaye DuncanDefense Attorney Ms. Jaye Duncan
    Ms. Jaye Duncan will be co-counsel in the State v. Schenecker trial. Ms. Duncan is a graduate of the New England School of Law.
    Ms. Jaye Duncan will be co-counsel in the State v. Schenecker trial. Ms. Duncan is a graduate of the New England School of Law.
  • Schenecker Trial: Defense Attorney Charles Traina

    Schenecker Trial: Defense Attorney Charles Traina

    Sunday, April 27 2014 8:45 AM EDT2014-04-27 12:45:42 GMT
    Defense Attorney Charles TrainaDefense Attorney Charles Traina
    Charles Traina is the Major Crimes Division Bureau Chief. Since graduating from South Texas College of Law, Mr. Traina has spent the majority of his thirty year legal career as a defense attorney, working for the Public Defender’s Office and owning his own practice.
    Charles Traina is the Major Crimes Division Bureau Chief. Since graduating from South Texas College of Law, Mr. Traina has spent the majority of his thirty year legal career as a defense attorney, working for the Public Defender’s Office and owning his own practice.
  • Schenecker Trial: Defense Attorney Ms. Jennifer Spradley

    Schenecker Trial: Defense Attorney Ms. Jennifer Spradley

    Sunday, April 27 2014 8:45 AM EDT2014-04-27 12:45:33 GMT
    Defense Attorney Ms. Jennifer SpradleyDefense Attorney Ms. Jennifer Spradley
    Ms. Jennifer Spradley is an assistant public defender assigned to the Major Crimes Bureau of the Law Office of Julianne Holt, Public Defender. Ms. Spradley is the lead attorney on State v. Schenecker.
    Ms. Jennifer Spradley is an assistant public defender assigned to the Major Crimes Bureau of the Law Office of Julianne Holt, Public Defender. Ms. Spradley is the lead attorney on State v. Schenecker.
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