DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Prosecutors will go before a state
appellate court at 9a.m in Daytona Beach to argue that evidence seized
from astronaut Lisa Nowak's car should be allowed during her trial on
Nowak is accused of trying to abduct a woman vying for the
affections of the same space shuttle pilot in February 2007 at the
Orlando International Airport.
She has pleaded not guilty and is presently free on bond.
A judge last year agreed to toss much of the evidence including
comments made during a six-hour interview, large garbage bags,
latex gloves and some soiled toddler-sized diapers.
Nowak's defense attorney denies she ever wore diapers to avoid
stopping during her drive from Houston, but a detective said Nowak
told him she had.
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