Prosecutors, defense at odds over admissibility

Lawyers in Caplin murder case haggle over certain witness testimony

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup David Caplin, left, one of two men facing murder charges in the 1988 homicides of two Nashua women, listens to his lawyer, Attorney Ray Raimo, argue a point during Monday's court hearing on several pre-trial motions. Caplin's other attorney, Cathy Green, is at right.

NASHUA – When David Caplin showed up at the home of a 14-year-old neighbor around midnight on Oct. 2, 1988, the girl noticed he’d ditched his jean jacket and had what appeared to be blood on his pants, a state prosecutor said in court Monday.

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