Following Jennifer Dulos' disappearance on May 24, 2019, various reports have come to light regarding both her ex-husband, Fotis Dulos, and his former girlfriend, Michelle Troconis. Now, nearly a year removed from the last time that the New Canaan, Connecticut, resident was seen, Troconis' lawyer, Jon Schoenhorn, is speaking out about any potential evidence that could exist and where the case stands today. 

According to NBC Connecticut, Schoenhorn stated that he has requested discovery, but has been not been met with any movement in the case as he was told that evidence is "locked up in Stamford Superior Court in the state's attorney office." However, he added that from his experience that does not mean police do not have copies of what has been requested.

Furthermore, he indicated that he believes his client's statements during her interrogations were "twisted in a way that’s not what she either meant or, in fact, said." 

He then elaborated on the methods that were used by law enforcement during the aforementioned interrogations, including an alleged strip search that took place. For their part, officials have stated that taking such steps are standard operating procedures in such cases due to the fact that they are looking for any scars or bruising and taking DNA samples at that time. Any photographic evidence of such measures has not been released or entered into evidence.

As a result of the legal hurdles, Schoenhorn said that "not one step has advanced in this case," even though he believes there are "likely hundreds of additional witness statements and investigative police reports," according to the outlet.

"Give me the evidence, why are you holding it back?" Schoenhorn concluded.

READ: Missing Connecticut Mom Jennifer Dulos Update: Fotis' Previously-Unreleased Voicemails Create New Suspicion

Prior to the recent conversation about Troconis, it was reported that not only was she accused of abusing the Fifth Amendment during a 45-minute deposition, but that she also moved out of the Farmington residence that she once shared with Fotis. 

As for Fotis, following his Jan. 30 death by suicide, attorneys have continued to wrangle over his assets and it has been stated that his legal team could file "malicious" lawsuits. His family has also broken their silence following his death.

At this time, it remains unclear when Troconis will return to court, but her lawyer has vowed to continue building her case.

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