Michelle Troconis Found Guilty of Conspiracy in Jennifer Dulos Murder Case

Michelle Troconis convicted of helping boyfriend cover up murder of mom of five Jennifer Dulos

Michelle Troconis has been found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder in the high-profile case of Jennifer Dulos, who vanished in Connecticut in 2019. After deliberating for three days, the jury reached their verdict following a trial that captivated audiences nationwide.

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Three Days of Deliberation and Key Points:

The jurors deliberated for 72 hours before finding Troconis guilty on all six counts against her. During deliberations, they submitted two notes to the judge. The first requested testimony from Troconis' friend, Clara "Petu" Duperron, while the second inquired about tampering and accessory liability definitions.

Prosecution and Defense Arguments:

Prosecutors painted a picture of Jennifer Dulos' murder as deliberate and intentional, arguing that Troconis actively collaborated with Fotis Dulos in carrying out the crime and concealing the evidence. Troconis, on the other hand, maintained her innocence throughout the trial, claiming she had no knowledge of Fotis Dulos' actions, even when he was seen disposing of garbage bags and when they created a false alibi together.

Reactions to the Verdict:

The verdict has elicited strong reactions from both sides. While Jennifer Dulos' family expressed relief at the "crucial attribution of accountability," they acknowledged that the case remains incomplete without the discovery of her remains. Troconis' family, on the other hand, vehemently maintains her innocence and announced their intention to appeal the verdict.


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