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Topic - Charles K. Wardlow
Trials for four defendants, charged with first-degree murder in the former Redskins safety's death, have been relentlessly delayed since the first attempt in April 2008. Last year, for instance, a trial date of April 16 became Nov. 5, then April 5 of this year. The latest try is set for August.
In one letter to 11th Judicial Circuit Judge Dennis J. Murphy, Wardlow claimed problems ranging from a "tingly feeling" in his extremities to pain in his chest and back to coughing up "white things."
He asked that his kidneys be examined, wanted to be re-tested for "siffless" diagnosed in 2011 and wondered if he had cancer.