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    blah, blah...abuse...blah, blah she has an infant....blah, blah daddy was horrible

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    Jail really ages you!!
    Life comes at you fast #MikeDippolito #daliadippolito


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    BREAKING: #DaliaDippolito sentenced to 16 years for hiring a hitman to kill her husband @WPBF25News

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    Judge does not believe minimum sentence is appropriate. Considers 2 mitigators: #daliadippolito has no record & spent time on house arrest.


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    Judge does not believe minimum sentence is appropriate. Considers 2 mitigators: #daliadippolito has no record & spent time on house arrest.
    Woohoo!!!!!
    Hopefully we don't have to see Dalia for 16 years that would be wonderful!!!

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    Ex-escort gets 16 years for trying to have husband killed
    July 21, 2017
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    A former Florida escort convicted of trying to hire a hit man to murder her newlywed husband was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison, perhaps ending a drawn-out case that drew notice for its startling videos and salacious characters.

    Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley imposed the sentence on Dalia Dippolito, who was convicted last month of solicitation of first-degree murder. She was recorded on video and audio in 2009 as she plotted to kill Michael Dippolito, telling an undercover detective she was "5,000 percent sure" she wanted her husband dead.
    Kelley said Dippolito acted in a "cold and calculated manner."
    Neither Dippolito nor her family showed any reaction when the sentence was handed down.
    Prosecutors believe she wanted control of the couple's town house and his savings. The case gained national attention when police video from the investigation went viral on the internet and it was featured on the TV shows "Cops" and "20/20."

    Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley imposed the sentence on Dalia Dippolito, who was convicted last month of solicitation of first-degree murder. She was recorded on video and audio in 2009 as she plotted to kill Michael Dippolito, telling an undercover detective she was "5,000 percent sure" she wanted her husband dead.
    Kelley said Dippolito acted in a "cold and calculated manner."
    Neither Dippolito nor her family showed any reaction when the sentence was handed down.
    Prosecutors believe she wanted control of the couple's town house and his savings. The case gained national attention when police video from the investigation went viral on the internet and it was featured on the TV shows "Cops" and "20/20."

    Prosecutors also read for the jury X-rated text messages Dalia Dippolito exchanged with a now-deceased lover, Mike Stanley, in 2009 after she got married.
    She had Stanley impersonate a doctor, to help her hide the $100,000 theft by pretending to be pregnant, and later a lawyer, to make her husband wrongly think he had completed probation, prosecutors said. She hoped that if her husband stopped visiting his probation officer, he would be found in violation and returned to prison.

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    All I want to know is did she go straight to jail this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC1948 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    All I want to know is did she go straight to jail this time.
    I was listening to it....her attorney asked for her to bond out while he worked on an appeal, the judge said no, but that she could stay in county jail until the appeal and then off to prison

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    Thanks sunny and julie for the links and updates.
    For some reason I thought tomorrow was Friday. So I just finished watching your link julie.
    Well, I confess, only watched the first five mins, then ff to the last mins when judge spoke and sentenced her.

    From his explanation I guess this is the most he could sentence her.

    From his tone and words, I feel if he could have legally, he would have given her 30 yrs.

    Oh well, good riddance B.

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    OMG Not another Trial from this women Must have very aggressive attorneys!!

    Dalia Dippolito lawyers raise sleeping
    juror claim for third time
    7:32 p.m Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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    Fresh allegations of evidence that a juror slept through parts of Dalia Dippolito’s most recent trial provided the basis Tuesday for her renewed quest to get a judge to interview jurors who convicted her last month on charges she tried to have her husband killed in 2009.
    Lawyers for Dippolito on Tuesday filed a written request asking Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley to rehear a request he has twice previously denied to ask jurors whether they saw juror Eileen Castaneda sleeping through critical parts of the third trial for the murder-for-hire plot. The newest court document comes just days after Kelley sentenced Dippolito to 16 years in prison — four less than she received after her first conviction in 2011, which an appellate court overturned in 2014.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny47 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    OMG Not another Trial from this women Must have very aggressive attorneys!!

    Dalia Dippolito lawyers raise sleeping
    juror claim for third time
    7:32 p.m Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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    Fresh allegations of evidence that a juror slept through parts of Dalia Dippolito’s most recent trial provided the basis Tuesday for her renewed quest to get a judge to interview jurors who convicted her last month on charges she tried to have her husband killed in 2009.
    Lawyers for Dippolito on Tuesday filed a written request asking Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley to rehear a request he has twice previously denied to ask jurors whether they saw juror Eileen Castaneda sleeping through critical parts of the third trial for the murder-for-hire plot. The newest court document comes just days after Kelley sentenced Dippolito to 16 years in prison — four less than she received after her first conviction in 2011, which an appellate court overturned in 2014.

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    This freaking woman has wasted enough of my tax dollars. Her and her lawyers need to just fade away. She did the crime, now do the time and stop complaining.

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    This woman is a Drama Queen just don't listen to her!!!
    Prosecutors: Dalia Dippolito talks jail break
    3:09 PM EDT Aug 3, 2017

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    Palm Beach County prosecutors are arguing against giving murder-for-hire defendant Dalia Dippolito bond during her appeal, after they said she discussed breaking out of jail on a phone call to a friend.
    In their motion, prosecutors said Dippolito discussed another case where the prisoner escaped.

    Shortly after the verdict, the defendant can be heard on tape enthusiastically describing how an inmate broke out of a maximum security prison using wire cutters that were delivered to him via drone,” wrote prosecutor Craig Williams.
    Williams said Dippolito was a clear flight risk after three trials and two convictions for hiring a hit man to murder her husband.
    In the call transcript, Dippolito is talking to a friend named James and told him about the Texas case, saying, “And someone ratted him out somehow. And they were saying how, um, prison like experts and stuff were saying, in the article, how they can’t prevent drones from coming in. There’s nothing you can do to prevent it.”

    The friend responded, “Wow, that’s awesome, a drone. Somebody sent a drone in with a knife?”With wirecutters,” Dippolito corrected.

    Later Dippolito continued, “Yeah, everybody here was like pumped up when they read that.”
    James responded, “The problem, the problem is, it will never happen at Gun Club, I can tell you that.”
    Dippolito answered, “God, settle down.”
    Dippolito is being held at the sheriff’s Gun Club Road jail while her appeal is being filed.
    Her bond hearing was set for Aug. 9 but was cancelled due to scheduling conflicts, according to her attorney Greg Rosenfeld, who scoffed at the notion that Dippolito was considering a jailbreak.

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    Dalia Dippolito seeks bond during appeal of murder-for-hire conviction
    Boynton Beach woman who wanted husband killed sentenced to 16 years in prison

    Posted: 8:19 AM, August 10, 2017
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    Dalia Dippolito was back in court Thursday as her attorneys seek to get her out of jail while they appeal her 16-year prison sentence for hiring an undercover police officer who was posing as a hit man to kill her husband.
    The 34-year-old Boynton Beach woman was convicted in June of solicitation to commit first-degree murder. It was her third murder-for-hire trial.



    Defense attorneys Brian Claypool and Greg Rosenfeld are seeking an appellate bond for Dippolito while the Fourth District Court of Appeal considers their argument for a new trial. They claim that a juror was sleeping during crucial testimony in Dippolito's most recent trial.
    Palm Beach County Judge Glenn Kelley denied a previous request for a new trial.
    If attorneys successfully appeal the decision, Dippolito would get a fourth trial.
    Assistant state attorney Craig Williams wrote in a recent court filing that Dippolito should not be released from custody because she is a flight risk. In the filing, Williams cited a July 8 jail conversation that*Dippolito*had with an apparent lover about a recent prison break.

    "Shortly after the verdict, the defendant can be heard on tape enthusiastically discussing a recent case of how an inmate broke out of a maximum security prison using wire cutters that were delivered to him via drone," Williams wrote.
    Local 10 News obtained the recorded jail call last week.

    There is a guy who was in prison in Texas and he had somebody fly a drone over and drop off wire cutters, and he cut wires and escaped from prison," Dippolito said in the recording.
    "Wow, that's awesome," the man said.
    Dippolito was wrong. The escaped inmate broke out of a prison in South Carolina. He was captured in Texas two days later.
    "Everyone here was, like, pumped up when they read that," Dippolito said.

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    Judge denies Dalia Dippolito bond while she appeals verdict
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    A judge has denied bond for Dalia Dippolito*pending her appeal.
    The ruling was issued Wednesday afternoon.
    The court said Dippolito is more likely to flee now that she faces separation from her child.
    In his order, the judge noted that Dippolito "is facing a prison sentence which may separate her from her son for his entire childhood."
    The judge wrote, "...the Defendant is a flight risk and that appellate bond is not now appropriate in this case."
    Dippolito was convicted in June by a jury of six for solicitation to commit murder in 2009. She was later sentenced*to 16 years in prison.
    Dippolito's attorneys believe they have grounds to overturn the verdict

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    Judge denies Dalia Dippolito bond while she appeals verdict
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    A judge has denied bond for Dalia Dippolito*pending her appeal.
    The ruling was issued Wednesday afternoon.
    The court said Dippolito is more likely to flee now that she faces separation from her child.
    In his order, the judge noted that Dippolito "is facing a prison sentence which may separate her from her son for his entire childhood."
    The judge wrote, "...the Defendant is a flight risk and that appellate bond is not now appropriate in this case."
    Dippolito was convicted in June by a jury of six for solicitation to commit murder in 2009. She was later sentenced*to 16 years in prison.
    Dippolito's attorneys believe they have grounds to overturn the verdict
    Great news!
    Now maybe we'll stop seeing her name.
    Go away bitch.

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    Dalia Dippolito to Serve Jail Time During Appeal in Murder-for-Hire Case
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    Florida judge has ruled against*Dalia Dippolito in her attempt to remain free as she appeals her conviction for plotting to have her husband Mike Dippolito*killed in 2009. Dippolito was found guilty of*solicitation to commit first-degree murder after arranging to pay someone to kill Mike, not realizing that the person she hired was an undercover officer. Making the story even more dramatic was that the arrest was caught on camera by the reality TV show “COPS.”
    Dippolito was sentenced to 16 years in prison for her crime, but she is appealing the conviction. This was her third trial in this case. She successfully had a conviction in the first trial overturned, then the second trial ended in a hung jury, before she was convicted in the third trial. Dippolito’s attorneys tried to convince Judge*Glenn Kelley to let her stay under house arrest for the duration of the appeals process.
    Judge Kelley*was not convinced, however, and at a Wednesday hearing, he denied Dippolito’s motion to remain out of prison, showing concern that she could try to flee, and calling some of her lawyers’ arguments “bordering on frivolous

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    Dalia Dippolito’s Attorneys Fight Sanctions for Blowing Off Dalia’s Mental Evaluation

    Sept 25, 2017


    Will Dalia Dippolito‘s attorneys face sanctions for blowing off their client’s required mental evaluation? We will have to a wait and see. The hearing on Monday ended without a decision after the judge decided to take time, and review the relevant case law before making a final ruling. Dalia did not show up to the hearing because the state attorney asked guards not to bring her there.

    Prosecutors argued that in June, the defense intentionally blew off a scheduled mental evaluation of Dalia in spite of a court order. Attorney Richard Lubin, who argued in court Monday on lead lawyer Greg Rosenfeld‘s behalf, said the defense didn’t bring Dippolito to the evaluation because the state didn’t provide an order for her to leave house arrest for the appointment. He also said the evaluation would have violated the defendant’s 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination.

    According to prosecutors in their August 9 motion for sanctions, Dippolito’s team wanted to bring up a mental health expert Dr. Lenore Walker to the stand. She would testify that Dalia had battered woman syndrome as a result of being abused by husband Mike Dippolito, the victim in the trial. Prosecutors wanted to keep that out of trial, so they got a judge to sign an order requiring Dr. Stephen Alexander to analyze the defendant.

    As the state laid it out in their motion, prosecutors and defense lawyer Rosenfeld worked to schedule a evaluation. One was set for June 10. Then came the day: The defensed no-showed. According to the state, Rosenfeld later wrote them, and claimed he didn’t mean to miss the meeting. Nonetheless, he insisted that prosecutors did not have the right to evaluate his client. Alexander apparently made himself available for a June 11 appointment, but according to emails sent with the sanctions motion, Rosenfeld refused to participate because the defense wasn’t allowed to have expert testimony about subjective entrapment.

    The state said they wasted over $900 paying Alexander for his work, including the appointments that never happened. Now prosecutors want 1) sanctions against Rosenfeld and the other defense lawyer Brian Claypool, and 2) these attorneys to pay them back for the money spent on Alexander.

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    Dalia Dippolito’s Attorneys Fight Sanctions for Blowing Off Dalia’s Mental Evaluation
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    A judge will issue a decision in writing on whether he will force Dalia Dippolito’s defense to pay expense for a state psychological evaluation scheduled during her trial that she never attended.

    Dippolito was brought to the Palm Beach County courthouse but did not come to the courtroom for what could be the last hearing in her case before she heads to prison to serve a 16-year prison sentence for the 2009 caught-on-camera plot to have her husband killed

    Assistant State Attorney Laura Burkhart Laurie, who with Assistant State Attorney Craig Williams convinced a jury to convict Dippolito in June, reiterated to Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley on Monday her written claims that defense attorney Greg Rosenfeld intentionally failed to make Dippolito available for an evaluation scheduled during a weekend break during the trial.

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    Dalia Dippolito moves closer to prison
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    Dalia Dippolito, the woman convicted in a murder-for-hire plot to kill her husband, is moving closer to prison.
    The Florida Department of Corrections says it received Dippolito into its custody Thursday.
    She is being held at the Florida Woman's Reception Center in Ocala for processing.

    Dippolito will be there for approximately 3-to-4 weeks before being transferred to a permanent facility.
    A judge sentenced Dippolito to 16 years in prison after a jury convicted her of hiring a hitman to kill her husband in 2009.
    The hitman turned out to be an undercover officer from the Boynton Beach Police Department. Video of her arrest went viral.
    Prosecutors pushed for a 30 year prison sentence

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    Dalia can't stand not being in the news she is at it again!!

    Dalia Dippolito's attorneys take gag order concerns to U.S. Supreme Court
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    Dalia Dippolito's attorneys Greg Rosenfeld and Andrew Greenlee are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide if Palm Beach County 15th Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley overstepped his boundaries when he issued a gag order prior to jury selection in Dippolito's third trial in June 2017.
    Dippolito was being tried for a solicitation to commit murder charge. She was arrested in 2009 for hiring a hit man to kill her husband. The case quickly gained national attention after the 'COPS' tv show aired an episode of her arrest.

    Dippolito was convicted in her first trial, but that conviction was overturned on appeal. Her second trial in December 2016 ended with a deadlocked jury. She was tried for the third time in June of last year and Judge Glenn Kelley issued a gag order before jury selection to prevent tainting a potential jury pool.
    The gag order prevented attorneys from making any comments to the media but expired as soon as a jury was selected. Dippolito's attorneys filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to address their First Amendment concerns about the order and to keep it from being issued again in future cases
    The U.S. Supreme Court will decide if it wants a further briefing to discuss the petition or if it will hear the case

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny47 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Dalia can't stand not being in the news she is at it again!!

    Dalia Dippolito's attorneys take gag order concerns to U.S. Supreme Court
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    Dalia Dippolito's attorneys Greg Rosenfeld and Andrew Greenlee are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide if Palm Beach County 15th Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley overstepped his boundaries when he issued a gag order prior to jury selection in Dippolito's third trial in June 2017.
    Dippolito was being tried for a solicitation to commit murder charge. She was arrested in 2009 for hiring a hit man to kill her husband. The case quickly gained national attention after the 'COPS' tv show aired an episode of her arrest.

    Dippolito was convicted in her first trial, but that conviction was overturned on appeal. Her second trial in December 2016 ended with a deadlocked jury. She was tried for the third time in June of last year and Judge Glenn Kelley issued a gag order before jury selection to prevent tainting a potential jury pool.
    The gag order prevented attorneys from making any comments to the media but expired as soon as a jury was selected. Dippolito's attorneys filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to address their First Amendment concerns about the order and to keep it from being issued again in future cases
    The U.S. Supreme Court will decide if it wants a further briefing to discuss the petition or if it will hear the case
    Why am I not surprised?!?
    She had three bites of the apple, I kinda think the USSC will pass on this.
    Hoping anyway.

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    U.S. Supreme Court won't take up Dalia Dippolito case
    January 8, 2018

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    The U.S. Supreme Court won’t review whether Dalia Dippolito’s lawyers were unfairly silenced by a gag order before her third murder-for-hire trial last year.
    The decision Monday by the high court will not affect Dippolito’s attempt to have her conviction and 16-year prison term overturned by a Florida appellate court. Dippolito, now 35, was found guilty of trying to hire a cop posing as a hitman to kill her newlywed husband.

    Attorneys Greg Rosenfeld and Andrew Greenlee had argued that their First Amendment rights were violated by Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley, who prohibited both sides from making statements to reporters about the case until after the jurors were sworn in.

    The attorneys say the issue isn’t moot, even though the trial is history. They hoped to prevent future judicial gag orders should Dippolito get a fourth trial, and they said their fight was important for defense attorneys in high-profile cases elsewhere.

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    She just doesn't stop. In some ways that reminds me of Jodi Who.

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    She is at it again trying to get another trial going!!!!!!

    Dalia Dippolito files appeal seeking fourth trial in murder-for-hire case
    March 8, 2018

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    Convicted murder-for-hire plotter Dalia Dippolito’s attorneys have filed an appeal seeking a fourth trial for the woman found guilty of hiring a cop posing as a hit man in a scheme to kill her husband.
    Challenging Dippolito’s conviction and 16-year-prison sentence, the appeal claims she was denied a fair trial last June for four key reasons.

    Chief among them is that the Palm Beach County jury heard an allegation she tried to poison her spouse by spiking his tea with antifreeze before connecting with the undercover Boynton Beach officer in the summer of 2009.
    “Prosecutors may strike hard blows, but they are not at liberty to strike foul ones,” attorneys Andrew Greenlee and Greg Rosenfeld wrote in the appeal, contending the court “has no choice but to reverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny47 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    She is at it again trying to get another trial going!!!!!!

    Dalia Dippolito files appeal seeking fourth trial in murder-for-hire case
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    Convicted murder-for-hire plotter Dalia Dippolito’s attorneys have filed an appeal seeking a fourth trial for the woman found guilty of hiring a cop posing as a hit man in a scheme to kill her husband.
    Challenging Dippolito’s conviction and 16-year-prison sentence, the appeal claims she was denied a fair trial last June for four key reasons.

    Chief among them is that the Palm Beach County jury heard an allegation she tried to poison her spouse by spiking his tea with antifreeze before connecting with the undercover Boynton Beach officer in the summer of 2009.
    “Prosecutors may strike hard blows, but they are not at liberty to strike foul ones,” attorneys Andrew Greenlee and Greg Rosenfeld wrote in the appeal, contending the court “has no choice but to reverse.
    Seriously?!
    I'm not surprised, but SMH!
    Question if anyone knows...does/would the appellate Judges take into consideration that two juries convicted her?
    If I were one of those Judges, haha, I would think...this woman was convicted. She had another trial on an appeal. Deadlocked jury, but I believe it was close for conviction. She had another trial and was convicted again. Hmm, I believe those two juries and this is a frivolous waste of the court resources.
    Denied!
    Of course I'm not one of those Judges and certainly don't know the intricacies of the law. I'm going on common sense here.
    I honestly think her attorneys are staying with this because of her manipulation and their greed. For fame and $$$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregongal [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Seriously?!
    I'm not surprised, but SMH!
    Question if anyone knows...does/would the appellate Judges take into consideration that two juries convicted her?
    If I were one of those Judges, haha, I would think...this woman was convicted. She had another trial on an appeal. Deadlocked jury, but I believe it was close for conviction. She had another trial and was convicted again. Hmm, I believe those two juries and this is a frivolous waste of the court resources.
    Denied!
    Of course I'm not one of those Judges and certainly don't know the intricacies of the law. I'm going on common sense here.
    I honestly think her attorneys are staying with this because of her manipulation and their greed. For fame and $$$.
    GM Oregongal
    here is a snip of crime and why she is in prison>>>BTW I do think this is all about money and trial for the lawyers that want to defend her>>>
    It was a scene straight from a made-for-TV movie. Newlywed Dalia Dippolito comes home from working out at the gym to find crime scene tape around the townhouse she shares with her husband of six months Michael Dippolito. A team of Boynton Beach police officers were waiting for Dalia along with a camera crew for the TV show COPS. That’s when police break the news to Dippolito, her husband is dead, the victim of a murder-for-hire plot. In a video that went viral, Dippolito breaks down in hysterics in shock over her dead husband. In a matter of months, it appeared she went from a bride to a widow. But actually, Michael Dippolito was not dead. He was alive, waiting to confront his new wife at police headquarters. It turns out Dalia Dippolito was behind the murder-for-hire plot, according to prosecutors. The crime scene was staged and the video was part of an undercover sting. Investigators say Dalia Dippolito wanted her husband dead, and hired a hit man she promised more than $6,000 to murder Michael Dippolito. But the hit man was an undercover cop. The sting came about after a mystery informant came forward about the plot. Who? Dalia Dippolito’s close male friend, a man Michael Dippolito’s attorney suspected was having a romantic relationship with Dalia Dippolito After learning of her new husband’s death, Dalia Dippolito was taken straight to police headquarters still unaware cops were eying her as the mastermind of the unsuccessful murder plot. When investigators confronted her with the allegations and her husband, who was alive, she was arrested and eventually convicted at trial on one count of solicitation to commit first-degree murder. On June 17, 2011 Dalia Dippolito was sentenced to 20 years in prison
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    I heard yesterday that she wants out to take care of her son she should have thought about him before she concocted this murder for hire plot!!!

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    PSSST>> Dalia it's bad when the jury hates YOU

    State: Deny Dalia Dippolito fourth trial in murder-for-hire case
    August 6, 2018
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    Dalia Dippolito says she deserves a fourth trial in her notorious murder-for-hire case. Lawyers for the state say she must finish her 16-year prison sentence.
    It’s been nine years since Dippolito was arrested in Boynton Beach and accused of hiring a cop posing as a hit man in a scheme to kill her newlywed husband. It became an international sensation.
    Now, Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office argues the 35-year-old felon’s conviction in her third trial last year should be upheld by the state’s Fourth District Court of Appeal. The state responded Friday to an appeal filed in March by Dippolito’s legal team.


    Dalia Dippolito, 35, appears in this undated 2017 prison photo. Dippolito is serving a 16-year prison sentence for a solicitation to commit first-degree murder conviction. (Marc Freeman / Staff)
    The trial judge properly allowed evidence proving Dippolito “engaged in a pattern of conduct to get rid of her husband that culminated in her making arrangements with an undercover officer to have her husband killed,” Assistant Attorney General Elba Caridad Martin wrote.
    Dippolito’s jury watched several police videos, including footage of her meeting the pretend hit man and telling him she was “like 5,000 percent sure” she wanted her spouse to die.
    While Dippolito’s lawyers claim the police department “manufactured” the charge and set her up, Martin countered that Dippolito’s “own words on tape demonstrate that she intended to have her husband killed.”

    Dippolito’s lawyers will have a few weeks to file a reply, before the appeals court schedules arguments before a panel of three judges.
    For the past year, Dippolito has been living in the annex of the Lowell Correctional Institution near Ocala, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.

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    Thanks for the updaye, Sunny !

    All I have to say about DD is......gah!!!!!

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