I think there was tons of evidence that pointed to her:
1. A prescription for a drug that could knock her husband out written on a a prescription pad from her office
2. She bought an unregistered gun just a month before his death in PA, (she lives in NJ) supposedly for a man with a temper and who had shown that violence toward her?
3. She drove to The Boardwalk to "move his car as a prank" only hours after he allegedly slapped her, choked her, and shoved a dryer sheet into her mouth?
4. How did she know he had gone to the Boardwalk and how did she get there and back? Supposed she paid $200 for a taxi?
Sorry, the only smart thing this lady did was remove all evidence of her cutting up the body in her house. Other than that I think she's guilty as sin.
As for her attorney, he sounds more like a lover than counselor. I've never heard an attorney so adamant about the innocence of their client.