COLUMBIA – Attorneys for Eric Greitens, previous Missouri governor and existing GOP Senate applicant, and his ex-wife Sheena Greitens, met Tuesday at the Boone County Courthouse for a hearing in their little one custody scenario.
Eric Greitens and Sheena Greitens appeared practically. Both of those sides talked over a subpoena that Eric Greiten’s lawyer, Gary Stamper, submitted for cellphone records of 7 phone figures in excess of a almost two-month time period.
1 of the mobile phone numbers is Sheena Greitens. Some of the other individuals belong to Sheena Greitens’ sister Catherine Linkul and Austin Chambers, Eric Greitens’ former campaign manager.
Court paperwork filed by Stamper say Eric Greitens allege that Linkul and Chambers labored carefully with Sheena Greitens in leaking the affidavit to the Linked Push and other media outlets.
The affidavit Sheena Greitens filed accuses Eric Greitens of physical abuse versus her and their youngsters. In the affidavit, she asks the courtroom to transfer their custody circumstance to Austin, Texas, where she is presently employed and lives with their two sons.
Sheena Greitens place out a assertion on Twitter declaring she stands by her sworn statements just after she accused her ex-partner abuse.
She mentioned she “did not go over the contents of [her] affidavit with any person other than [her] counsel and, just after the affidavit was submitted, [her] instant loved ones.”
Helen Wade, Sheena Greiten’s legal professional, is searching for to reject all subpoenas, indicating they are not reasonably calculated to guide to admissible evidence.
Courtroom paperwork submitted by Stamper say the affidavit is a “deliberate falsehood advanced to get advantage in [Sheena’s] hard work to eliminate the case from Missouri, was deliberately leaked for political purposes, and was not accomplished for the advantage of the little ones.”
Wade called Boone County Circuit Clerk Christy Blakemore to testify before the court docket about the timeline amongst the submission of the affidavit and when the AP reporter known as Eric Greitens. She claimed as before long as the court docket accepts a filing and it is put on the case, then it would be readily available for the general public to see.
Stamper questioned how it is feasible for a nonparty member to get a duplicate of anything that has been received but not nevertheless acknowledged by the courtroom. She mentioned they would have to be looking at CaseNet and get the files from a community entry terminal within a courthouse.
Judge Leslie Schneider did not make a determination about the subpoenas on Tuesday. She stated she will get the arguments from lawyers underneath advisement.
The up coming listening to in the scenario is scheduled for May perhaps 27.