Third motion filed by defense team to 'produce certain evidence' in Heather Elvis case
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Seven weeks after the second motion to compel evidence in the Heather Elvis case was filed, Sidney Moorer's defense team filed the first supplemental motion for discovery.
Defense Attorney Kirk Truslow requested prosecutors to "produce certain evidence," the motion reads. The motion was filed December 15.
Two similar motions have been filed by Truslow. The first motion was filed September 2.
Another motion requesting evidence was filed October 23 by Truslow.
Sidney Moorer and wife Tammy Moorer were indicted by the Grand Jury in Horry County for the murder and kidnapping of missing woman Heather Elvis in March.
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