BOSTON — The longtime girlfriend of former Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger has renewed her request to be released on bail while she awaits trial for allegedly helping Bulger elude authorities.
A lawyer for Catherine Greig filed a notice in court Thursday asking a judge to consider releasing her.
Greig’s lawyer, Kevin Reddington, said he plans to file “voluminous documents” to support his request, including real estate appraisals. Reddington has said Greig and her sister would put up their homes as collateral.
Prosecutors say Greig helped Bulger escape capture for 16 years. Her lawyer says she was in love with Bulger and didn’t know the extent of his alleged crimes when she fled with him. Bulger is accused of participating in 19 murders.
The couple was apprehended in Santa Monica, Calif., in June.