MAYVILLE – After a hearing Wednesday State Supreme Court Judge John Ward ruled that late evidence submitted by the Chautauqua County District Attorney’s office will be admissible in the trial of Anthony Taglianetti charged with second-degee murder.
He is charged in the death of Keith Reed, a school superintendent from Clymer.
Public defender Nathaniel Barone said he will “take what we get.”
District Attorney David Foley and Barone also declined to comment on rumors of a motion to change the venue in the case.
Jury selection was set to continue Thursday.
Foley also declined comment about the venue issue.
Foley said he submitted the evidence prior to the start of jury selection.