Viloria goes on to contend that Funke already has told authorities about “things she heard and things she saw.”
Viloria adds that a preliminary hearing should not become a “mini-trial.” Instead, she says, a separate hearing should be held on whether the subpoena can be issued.
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An Idaho judge is requiring Funke at least to attend Kohberger's preliminary hearing, which is scheduled for June. Viloria says Funke currently lives in Nevada.
Funke lived on the first floor of the three-story home in Moscow. The four victims slept on the second and third floors and were stabbed Sunday, November 13, 2022.
A different housemate, Dylan Mortensen, has told authorities she heard crying on the morning of the killings. Then she saw someone wearing black approaching her before going out a sliding door.
A motion by news organizations to remove a gag order on the case was rejected Monday by Idaho's Supreme Court.
According to the Associated Press, the justices unanimously decided that a lower magistrate court should consider that request first.
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