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Robarge defense asks to keep prison communications private
James R. Robarge appeared in Sullivan County Superior Court in Newport Wednesday. (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
He was indicted on first- and second-degree murder charges by the Sullivan County Grand Jury in December for allegedly killing his wife of 24 years, Kelly Robarge, 42, on June 27, at her home in Charlestown.
“There are things that are not evidence, that are inherently private, but could give the state an unfair advantage,” Parsons said.
The attorneys also discussed scheduling. Senior assistant attorney general Susan Morrell said the state would have difficulty meeting the Jan. 15 trial date, because of her caseload with other trials and the tremendous amount of discovery in the Robarge case. Smith told Tucker, Robarge would like to keep the January date and she and Parsons would be able to meet it.
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