Wednesday, November 4, 2009

How to piss off an
attorney in open court


Have a sheriff's deputy take a document
out of your files without your knowledge!

She handled it much better than I would.


The story gets even better.
I hope the suspense lasts!
More at Reason

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow. I think I would have demanded some charges be brought up. It was in her file, he had to move the stuff over to read it, and what the hell was he doing over there in the first place?

Anonymous said...

I was an officer for 30 years, I can not believe that deputy took a paper fromm the defense attorneys file....thats absolutly amazing

McIntosh said...

it would seem that the state is activly conspiring to deprive justice to this individual. If the state is willing to tamper with an attorney's files in the sentencing portion why are we to believe the same would not happen during trial? The conviction should be vacated, the defendent released and jeapordy attatched. A through investigation of the court and police detail should be completed as well. As seen on the video the officer had no qualms about walking up to the defense table and rifling through the papers there.

Collectionsite said...

Denny what would you have done? As the judge or the defense attorney?

The Donald said...

I can't believe the judge didn't notice that while it was happening and shut it down immediately.

Anonymous said...

and when the judge said, "did you give her back the letter". OMG he was gone long enough to make lotsa copies of it. This was just crazy.