CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A judge set bond at $5,000 for the lawyer charged with misleading investigators looking into the death of his client Aliza Sherman.
Friday was Gregory J. Moore's first court appearance since being indicted.
Moore was Sherman's divorce attorney when she was brutally murdered on March 24, 2013. Sherman was stabbed 11 times outside her attorney's downtown Cleveland office the day before her divorce trial was set to begin.
Moore plead not guilty to tampering with evidence, telecommunications fraud, possessing criminal tools, obstructing official business, falsification, forgery, terroristic threats and inducing panic.
His arraignment was scheduled for February 11 but that hearing was postponed. Sherman's family and friends were visibly upset when no reason for the continuance was given. They said they felt they were getting "tossed aside" by the judicial system after the first delay.
There is still a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Aliza's killer.
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