Communication under review in murder case
Phone conversations and video visits between a wife and her husband, who is in jail, can be used in court.
Jacob Anglesey, 35, a Green River Police officer accused of murdering a two-year-old boy, filed a notice of intent to claim marital privilege in the Third District Court of Judge Richard Lavery. In the notice, Anglesey asked the court to exclude the introduction of jail calls, video visits or statements derived from conversations he had with his wife, Chanelle Anglesey, under Wyoming State Statutes 1-12-104 and 1-12-101 (a)(iii).
Statute 1-12-101 (a)(iii) provides that spouses may not...
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