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The prosecutor then scolded us for laughing in public and asked us to stay hidden. While how they “felt” was not relevant, the defense intentionally did not object.When the trial began, the prosecutor was literally crying during her opening statement while pointing at my client and calling him a rapist. Instead, we let them blab on and on to the point where the jury stopped listening.
THESE RECENT CASES SHOW THAT IN THE MILITARY, THE DEFENDANT IS GUILTY UNLESS & UNTIL THE SERVICE MEMBER CAN PROVE HIS OR HER INNOCENCE, ESPECIALLY IN A SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE.Later, the prosecution claimed that he sexually assaulted two additional people, for a total of four alleged victims. Our theory: The two primary victims were scorned ex-lovers out for revenge. We had a local stripper in the audience, a bunch of British witnesses that hated each other, and the British victim kept accusing the defense of intimidation, because we were laughing with our client outside of court at the smoke pit , which was completely authorized.He faced 14 different allegations, over 100 years in prison, and sex offender registration. She was peeping out the window and was offended by us laughing.We do not guarantee a certain outcome, to do so violates the Rules of Professional Responsibility.In addition, the results of the case often depend on the facts, whether the client follows our advice and the stage of the proceeding at which our services are retained.
The case became known as the “Baymont 8 Gang Rape” and it pulled in lawyers from across the United States.