More than 2 years after the stabbing death of a Naperville teacher, the man accused of his murder was back in court.
Daniel Olaska recently appeared in DuPage County Court where his attorney, Earnest DiBenedetto, filed a motion to allow the defense to take recording devices into the jail.
Judge Kathryn Creswell approved the motion, allowing the defense to bring a computer and hard drive containing surveillance footage from the night in question into the prison for review.
The defense then asked for more time to allow for those jailhouse meetings.
Olaska is charged with the February 2012 murder of Shaun Wild inside Frankie’s Blue Room in downtown Naperville, and for injuring two others.
Both sides will be back in court on July 15th.
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