04 Apr Interview with Aspen Public Radio regarding the Pfister Murder Case
April 2, 2014
It’s still not clear when to expect the first significant court hearings in the alleged murder of Aspen native Nancy Pfister. Attorneys, the prosecution, and a district Judge met yesterday, Wednesday April 2nd, to put those hearings on the calendar… but now that’s been pushed back to Wednesday, April 23rd.
“The defense attorneys requested more time to review the voluminous discovery they have received.”
Sherry Caloia is District Attorney, and her office is prosecuting three people charged with the murder of Aspen native Nancy Pfister. The first is Kathy Carpenter, a long time Aspen resident and bank teller. Also charged are William and Nancy Styler, previously of the Front Range. Caloia described what kinds of evidence the defense is now sorting through.
Iris Eytan is a Partner at Reilly Pozner LLP. She practices Criminal Defense with an emphasis in mental health defenses.