Following Jennifer Dulos' May 24 disappearance, suspicion has continued to surround her estranged husband Fotis Dulos and his one-time girlfriend Michelle Troconis. Even though the two have both been charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution, they are expected to make appearances in court on Friday for different reasons.

According to Channel 3 Eyewitness News, Fotis, 52, will be asking the Stamford court to dismiss all charges against him. This request follows a "bloodlike substance" being recovered from a truck belonging to one of his former employees and his appearing in court last month to face issues pertaining to his court-ordered GPS

Additionally, Fotis has also been under a gag order since charges were brought against him regarding the whereabouts of the mother of five. This, his attorney Norm Pattis argues, is unfair due to the fact that his client has been unable to defend himself even though he had not been formally charged with a crime connected to the New Canaan, Connecticut resident's disappearance. However, the order did not prevent him from recently revealing previously-undisclosed details about his marriage in a new interview

Pattis also argued that the gag order case should move up to the state Supreme Court, which could potentially bypass the lower court judge's ruling. An appeal is said to be moving forward as the high court is set to hear the appeal at an unspecified date.

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As for Troconis, 44, her attorney requested a status hearing. As of this time, the exact nature of the request is unknown.

Earlier this month, Troconis had been deposed for 45 minutes by an attorney representing Jennifer's mother Gloria Farber. However, she invoked her Fifth Amendment for every question and refused to answer anything regarding Fore Group's finances. Currently, both Fotis and Michelle Troconis remain out on bond. 

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