Nifong Wants Addresses, Key-Card Data In Duke Lacrosse Case
Posted June 8, 2006
DURHAM, N.C. — District Attorney Mike Nifong is accused of going on a "fishing expedition" in the Duke lacrosse rape investigation.
Nifong issued two subpoenas asking Duke University to hand over the home addresses for all of the lacrosse players as well as two other people.
Nifong also wants the information from the students' key cards that track their movements on campus.
Defense attorney Bob Ekstrand represents player Frederick Krom, who is not a suspect. Ekstrand filed a motion to quash the subpoenas, staying Nifong has no right to that kind of private information.