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Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour Hardcover – September 1, 2009
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About the Author
Marti Rulli has held executive positions in printing and media. She runs her own advertising business and is a long-time freelance writer.
Dennis Davern was the boat captain for Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood and was on the yacht Splendour on the night of Wood's death. He currently owns and operates a marina and boat maintenance business.
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It's sad to think no one (RJ) will probably ever be held accountable for Natalie's death. The fact that HE KNOWS what happened that night yet refuses to speak the truth says so much about him. None of it is good.
I am glad the truth is out there, and my prayers are with Natalie's daughters, who never should have lost the mother they adored.
Thank you Marti. You and Dennis did what should have been done all those decades ago.
STATUTES OF LIMITATION -
There well may be probable cause for 1st degree murder charges - For Which There Is NO Statute of Limitation. Read the evidence and the law carefully for intent criteria (and see what more is discovered from current investigation).
Furthermore, while under California law there's a statute of limitations of 3 years for manslaughter/ 6 years for second degree murder,
This can work to the defendant's Disadvantage.
For example, let's say you are charged with first degree murder thirty years after the crime. You want to argue that you may only be guilty of manslaughter.
Because the statute of limitations has passed, the Court will not allow the jury to consider the lesser crime against you. It will be either Murder One or Nothing.
In that circumstance, a defendant may choose to waive the statute of limitations on the lesser crime so that the jury may consider it.