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PODCAST: Drew Segadelli on the bad blood between the DA and judge in ‘Hernandez’

Thu, 10/10/2013
By: Noah Schaffer October 10, 2013
Assistant District Attorney William McCauley opened yesterday’s pre-trial hearing in the Aaron Hernandez case by doing something most lawyers are loathe to do: He requested that the judge assigned to the former football star’s murder indictment recuse herself.


Mashpee Firefighter Rape Charges Dropped

Wed, 12/07/2011
FALMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — Charges of rape and indecent assault against a Mashpee firefighter have been dropped.
The Cape Cod Times reports that the district attorney’s office moved Tuesday to dismiss the charges against Stephen Bold, who had been accused of assaulting a teenage girl on multiple occasions.
Bond has maintained his innocence. A motion by his lawyer to dismiss the case was scheduled to be heard on Wednesday.


Rape and indecent assault charges still stand against a veteran Mashpee firefighter.

Sat, 11/05/2011


Defense bar stands up for judge criticized by prosecutor

Mon, 07/12/2010
By BRIAN FRAGA | Published: JULY 12, 2010
Two high-profile Superior Court defense attorneys in recent days have come to the defense of Judge Susan Garsh, who was criticized by Bristol County prosecutor William McCauley for purportedly being antaganostic toward the commonwealth in the recently-concluded murder trial of George Duarte.


Lawyer: Greeson acted in self-defense

Wed, 07/22/2009


Sandwich mom who killed child resentenced

Fri, 01/30/2009



ABC’s ’20/20' Plans Two-Hour Program on Christa Worthington’s 2002 Murder

Christopher McCowen, who is serving a life sentence without parole for the rape and murder of Christa Worthington, was interviewed.
Fifteen years after fashion writer Christa Worthington was stabbed to death in her Cape Cod, Mass., home with her two-year-old daughter Ava found unharmed nearby, “20/20” will air a two-hour exposé “A Killing on the Cape” on Nov. 24 at 9 p.m.
As a lead-up to the Black Friday program, ABC Radio will run a six-episode weekly podcast series starting Wednesday. Christopher McCowen, the trash collector who was convicted of murder following a three-year investigation, claims his innocence in his first broadcast interview from prison, where he is serving a life sentence without parole. In a 2013 interview with Cape Cod Today’s Sandra Lee, McCowen also repeatedly disputed the verdict, claiming innocence.