Monday, July 15, 2013


The motion hearing for Shane's case commenced around 12 noon today, in room 504, the courtroom of Judge Richard Price at the Bronx Supreme Court. In attendance were Shane's mother Joan, his wife Paula, children Shana, Brandon and "Little" Shane, as well as other family members and friends. Our investigator Doug Walters and his wife Leonore attended, having driven from Chicago several days ago. Most importantly, Shane was in the courtroom and able to see and hear his case being argued.

On advice from our attorney Robert Boyle, I cannot disclose details of today's hearing. Mr. Boyle was assisted by a staff member of The Exoneration Initiative. I can say that considering the scope of today's subject matter we did get off to a good start. Judge Price adjourned today's proceedings around 4:30 PM, and the hearing will continue tomorrow morning at 11:30.

Thank you for your continued interest in Shane Watson's case.


  1. Sharon Wagner MeskillJuly 16, 2013 at 9:08 AM

    Sounds good Will!

  2. Through the grace of god and the hard work of your team I know you shall prevail my friend.


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