As the investigation continues surrounding Jennifer Dulos' May 24 disappearance, the spotlight continues to remain on Jennifer's estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, and his one-time girlfriend, Michelle Troconis. Currently, both have been charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution.

Now, Troconis' 45-minute Sept. 25 deposition surrounding the finances of Fotis' real estate company, Fore Group, is set to be released to the public. Troconis faced the line of questioning from Richard Weinstein, who is representing Jennifer's mother, Gloria Farber, in a civil action against Fotis and Fore Group.

According to the Hour, the transcript and motions filed by each party have been ruled "judicial documents" and therefore cannot be sealed. This ruling comes after attorneys for both the prosecution and defense requested that they remain sealed. Judge Cesar Noble stated that only the "substantial privacy interests" or attempting to access the information for "improper purposes" could override the presumption.

However, it remains unclear at this time how much will be learned from the deposition as Troconis reportedly pleaded the Fifth Amendment in response to over 170 questions, which Weinstein previously stated "abused" the right. According to the Hartford Courant, Troconis' attorney advised her to do so because he feared she could be charged with conspiracy or homicide in regards to the New Canaan resident's disappearance.

Additionally, it has been reported that Troconis recently moved out of the home she once shared with Fotis. 

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As for Fotis himself, in September, Superior Court Judge John Blawie issued a gag order due to the fact that he believed comments by those involved in the case could affect a fair trial. Even though Fotis has given interviews since being placed under the order, his attorney, Norm Pattis, formally filed an appeal in October.

Pattis claimed that it was a violation of Fotis' rights as his client has been unable to defend himself up to this point. Judicial records reveal that the state Supreme Court is set to conduct a hearing on the matter on Dec. 12, reports the Stamford Advocate.

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