Norwalk v. Doutel - Arraignment (02/25/2011)
On February 25 2011, Mr. Doutel and Attorney John P. Regan show up at his arraignment after being released on a $2500 bond at Connecticut State Superior court GA 20 in Norwalk, Connecticut. Also in attendance is State’s Attorney Tiffany Lockshier who is the prosecution in Mr. Doutel’s case. The case is in front of Judge Bruce Hudock.
At Attorney Regan's urging, Mr. Doutel files an application with the prosecution for Accelerated Rehab. Mr. Doutel is apprehensive of this as he is aware he has done nothing wrong. The prosecution is obviously eager to oblige with this request.
This application for Accelerated Rehab will later be withdrawn when Attorney Baird begins to represent Mr. Doutel and Attorney Baird makes Mr. Doutel aware of the impact this will have on him and reassures him that he has not committed a crime. Mr. Doutel decides to fight and bring this case to trial.
- Officer Jared Zwickler's incident report
- Defendant's motion to disclose police report - 04/05/2012
- Doutel's second status update hearing - 07/05/2011
- Doutel's fourth status update hearing - 07/05/2012
- Defendant's motion to vacate - 05/23/2011
- Prosecution's motion to lower charge to Creating a Public Disturbance
- HHS decision against Dr. Igal Staw based on Felony Health Care Fraud conviction
- Defendant's motion for a speedy trial
- Defendant's motion for Removal of Protective Order
- Doutel's third status update hearing - 05/07/2012
- Doutel's first hearing - 07/27/2011
- USAO's report on Dr. Igal Staw's sentencing for health care fraud
- Doutel's second hearing - 08/22/2011
- Norwalk's motion to return defendant's property
- Voicemail recording with captions
- Vinnie Penn interview about Norwalk v Doutel and background check fees
- Doutel's Motion to Dismiss (Memorandum) - 07/13/2012
- Doutel's first status update hearing - 05/20/2011
- Doutel's Motion to Dismiss - 07/13/2012
- Denial of Mr. Doutel's Motion to Dismiss