Former West Linn Doctor’s Controversial Case Draws Demand for Release of Grand Jury Transcripts

WEST LINN, Ore. – Dozens of patients who accused a former West Linn doctor of sexual abuse are calling for the release of grand jury transcripts in their cases. More than a hundred women have joined a civil lawsuit against Dr. David Farley, alleging sexual abuse while under his care. However, Farley has not been criminally charged, and the grand jury declined to indict him on criminal charges. The patients are now demanding transparency to understand what went on during the grand jury proceedings. The request for the release of the transcripts comes after an … Read more

Homicide Trial Update: Defendant Brian Giles Requests Transcripts and Discovery in Case

EBENSBURG, Pa. – Brian Bradley Giles appeared in Cambria County Court on Monday for a status conference related to the homicide case against him. Giles is facing trial for the alleged murder of his wife, Nancy Giles, who went missing from their Franklin Street apartment in Johnstown in October 2018 and was later found dead on a nearby hillside. The purpose of the proceedings was for Giles’ court-appointed lawyer, Timothy Burns, to formally present his client’s requests. During the conference, Burns stated that Giles is seeking access to transcripts of all court proceedings that occurred … Read more

Judge Reserves Ruling on Release of Transcripts in the Controversial Death of Inmate Matthew Walker: Family Seeks Justice

PUNTA GORDA, Fla. – A judge in Punta Gorda, Florida has reserved ruling on whether grand jury instructions and other records related to the death of an inmate in state custody can be made public. The motion was filed by attorney Colleen MacAlister on behalf of Christopher Crowley, who is seeking the release of the grand jury records regarding the 2014 death of Matthew Walker. Walker, 46, died while incarcerated at the Charlotte County Correctional Institute. Crowley, who ran for state attorney in the Republican primary in 2018, has also filed a lawsuit against the … Read more