In recent days,, saying the woman who died in the Spreckels mansion in July could not have committed suicide.
Now another prominent lawyer is taking a different tack in the Daily Beast, defending the suicide conclusion.
Attorney Anne Bremner, accompanied by Zahau's sister, has been featured on cable news programs throughout the week, sharing her thoughts about the case. Her doubts were bolstered by other guests, forensic experts who've also questioned .
Roy Black, a Miami author and law professor known for defending prominent clients from William Kennedy Smith to Marv Alpert, wrote in the Daily Beast Saturday that criticism of the case stemmed from “half-baked theories and opinions despite the facts.”
, two days after her boyfriend Jonah Shacknai's son Max suffered head injuries in a fall at the mansion; she was found nude and bound outside the home.
Investigators concluded that she hung herself from a balcony after receiving word that the child's condition had worsened. .
Bremner and the family have questioned why Sheriff Bill Gore, in a detailed Sept. 2 news conference outlining his department's findings, didn't mention bruises found on Zahau's scalp or tape marks that were spotted on her legs.
Coronado police investigated the boy's fall, but called in a Sheriff's homicide unit to look into Zahau's death.
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