Evidence To Stand In 2014 Vehicular Homicide Case



by Amanda Jones

 Echo News Editor

A motion to suppress evidence in the case against a local woman charged with vehicular homicide has been denied by Cameron County Judge Richard Masson.

The motion, which was filed in August of 2015, sought to have blood test result evidence thrown out due to more than two hours of time elapsing between the crash and blood draw, according to the motion filed by attorney Gary Knaresboro, of DuBois, who is representing defendant Kaitlyn N. (Crosby) Wolfel, age 22, of Austin.

A hearing on the motion was held on October 20, with both sides presenting arguments for why they believed the blood draw evidence should or should not be admitted.



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