Prosecution Buries Joseph Naso in Paperworkon May 26, 2011 in Serial Killers by Brian Combs
One of the reasons Joseph Naso wanted to serve as his own attorney was so that he would have access to all the prosecution’s evidence against him. That evidence has now been delivered to him.
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian stated in a hearing Wednesday that his office has provided Naso with 5,657 pages of material relevant to the four murder charges leveled against him. An additional 7,000 pages will be delivered in the next three weeks.
CDs and DVDs were also included in the material. Naso complained to Marin County Superior Court Judge Andrew E. Sweet that the audio on some of the discs was of poor quality, and he could not understand what was being said.
Sweet told him they were copies of what the prosecutors had, and that their copies would be of the same quality.
Naso asked that some “legal papers” be returned to him. These were taken when he was arrested on April 11.
Sweet ordered that the legal papers be returned to Naso.