CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The trial of the man accused of murdering Yeardley Love has been delayed again because Rhonda Quagliana, one of Huguely's defense attorneys, is sick. Testimony is scheduled to resume Saturday if she is well enough.
On Thursday the trial was delayed, then postponed because Quagliana was sick. The defense will submit a doctor's report on Quagliana's condition for the record.
Follow Christian Schaffer at @chrisinbmore for updates throughout the day.
Here is what happened on Friday:
11:19 Saturday is a work day. Nothing Sunday, nothing Monday, for the holiday, and nothing on Tuesday because it's grand jury day here
# lovemurder # huguely In other words, after tomorrow, the next day for the #huguely #lovemurder trial will be Wednesday of next week.
10:10 Thomas said Love's laptop would have been valued at $100-$150 in May of 2010
# lovemurder # huguely. This is an important point, because in Virginia stealing something worth more than $200 is a felony.
9:59 Carolyn Wanamaker (not sure on the spelling) is the other high school girl that was visiting. Wannamaker says she saw Yeardley Love come in to
# Huguely apartment and hit him with her purse. Wannamaker also says the movie "Borat" was on that night in Huguely's apartment.
9:15 a.m. We're still waiting to see whether defense attorney Rhonda Quagliana is feeling better today.
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