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Bid to move 'Rockefeller' trial is denied

Judge confident jurors can be fair

Jeffrey Denner and Timothy J. Bradl, defense lawyers for the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, met with Suffolk Assistant District Attorney David Deakin (right) before yesterday's session. The judge said the defense team had courted media attention. Jeffrey Denner and Timothy J. Bradl, defense lawyers for the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, met with Suffolk Assistant District Attorney David Deakin (right) before yesterday's session. The judge said the defense team had courted media attention. (George Rizer/ Globe Staff/ Pool)
By John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / May 12, 2009

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The man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller has lost his bid to shift his upcoming parental kidnapping trial out of Suffolk County, where defense attorneys fear that his notoriety will make it difficult to get a fair trial. (Full article: 372 words)

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