Court Proceedings Delayed Again in Michelle Le Murder Case
Court proceedings in the case of a Union City woman charged with murdering San Mateo nursing student Michelle Le have once again been postponed. Proceedings in the case were initially delayed due to undisclosed medical issues on Sept. 8. They were postponed again when Esteban attempted to fire her Public Defender Andrea Auer on Oct. 24. The request was later denied.
Giselle Diwag Esteban, 27, is scheduled to return to court Jan. 6 to enter a plea.
Though Le’s body was missing at the time of Esteban’s arrest, police said evidence, including Le’s DNA found on Esteban’s athletic shoes, footage from security cameras at the Kaiser Permanente parking structure, cell phone records and evidence found inside Le’s car, led to Esteban’s arrest. Esteban is the lone suspect charged with the murder of Le, 26.
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Source: San Mateo Patch