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Handwriting experts to testify about 'cadaver' note in Robert Durst's murder trial

LOS ANGELES - A Superior Court judge will allow handwriting experts to testify during the murder trial of the eccentric real estate scion Robert Durst but will hold an evidentiary hearing to determine how many - and what they can say.

Their testimony will center on an

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