By John Barry
For months, Hillsborough Circuit Judge Ashley Moody has tried to pin down the Public Defender's Office on how much evidence is on computers taken from the home of Julie Schenecker, her husband and the two teenage children she is accused of murdering.
Next week, Moody gets her answer: 1.14 million separate files that lawyers say will take a year to read.
Two national experts in computer forensics say a million files sound probable, but question the need for Schenecker's defenders to read them all — even in a death-penalty case.
Source: Tampa Bay Times