Richmond Judge places Gag order in the Taylor Behl case


According to The Richmond Times Dispatch, the judge presiding over a grand jury hearing evidence in Taylor Marie Behl’s death has signed a gag order prohibiting witnesses who appear before it from publicly discussing their testimony.

Yesterday, the attorney for Janet Pelasara, Behl’s mother, said Pelasara would legally contest any attempt to extend a gag order in the case to apply to her. Pelasara has not been called before the grand jury. But the order is a clear indication of the level of frustration that has developed over leaks of investigative information in the case.

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    2 Responses to “Richmond Judge places Gag order in the Taylor Behl case”

    1. Applejack on October 20th, 2005 3:53 pm

      It just is frustrating that Taylor’s mom feels the need to speak so strongly that she can’t see that hold info close to the investigation is best for the case.

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