Thursday, January 15, 2009

Complicated case changes hands

Gilroy Dispatch, CA - Sara Suddes

Judges in Santa Clara County are loath to touch a case with hundreds of pages of evidence, dozens of victims and four defendants - one of whom has opted to represent himself against a litany of charges.

Vincent Cardinalli, Sr., 65, his son Paul Greer, 31 - formerly Vincent Cardinalli, Jr. - Greer's sister Rosemary Ball and her husband Michael Ball face 169 counts of conspiracy, perjury, forgery, attempted grand theft and other felony charges stemming from hundreds of lawsuits filed by Cardinalli and Greer in hopes of collecting towing and storage fees for their now defunct towing businesses.

Half a dozen judges have passed the case like a hot potato and the most recent delay was brought on when attorneys convened Wednesday to set a date for a preliminary hearing and Superior Court Judge David Cena continued the case, in part because Cardinalli's motion for advisory counsel will be heard by another judge Jan. 27.

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Complicated case changes hands


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