We probably should have filed a motion for post conviction. We probably should have filed it before we filed our 9.141. Well, we are filing it now. Generally, there are two primary scenarios in which someone who is convicted can file a 3.850 motion: Ineffective assistance of counsel, and Newly discovered evidence. Ineffective assistance of … More Time For The 3850 Post Conviction
This is the next question. THE COURT: Date the video was made. MR. Prosecutor: I’m sorry? MR. Prosecutor: I think it came out in evidence. Our Attorney: I think — I mean, candidly, Judge, I think that I would prefer to respond, you’re to rely on your recollection. I don’t think — they can … More Next juror’s question answered
(Court was in recess.) THE COURT: We have a question, or multiple questions. Let’s take then one at a time. I would have a seat if I were you. One, are there phone records showing calls between detective and defendant? How many and how long? State, how would you suggest I respond to that? MR. … More The Jurors had Questions – The Questions Went unanswered -Here they are….
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Here is the prosecutor questioning the victim Q Okay. Do you remember the night you were robbed on April 16, 2011, at approximately 11:45 p.m.? A Yes, sir. Please note that our attorney did not object. The victim was not robbed. It was an attempted robbery. Q Okay. And can you describe to the jury … More The trial- Victim’s examination by Prosector
The prosecutor tried the entire case during his opening statement. Our attorney had not even prepared an opening statement. He chose to waive the opening statement. What attorney in their right mind waves the opening statement in a criminal case? A case, where a young man’s life is at stake. The prosecutor’s makes their opening … More You never get a second chance to make a good first impression….
Imagine 2 attorneys, one year apart falling for the same prosecutors bluff. Imagine both attorneys not calling the victims. The first attorney said that she did not call the 2nd victim. She had never talked to him. The second attorney did not contact neither the first victim nor the second. He said that … More Imagine a mom having to give the attorney the phone numbers and addressess of the victims
Please do not allow my son to be incarcerated 12 years in prison to later find out that he was wrongly convicted. The time for justice is now while he is still young. The time for justice is now when he is only 23 years old. He still has a chance to lead a productive life. Prosecutors should … More A Justice System Void of Integrity
We arrived in Florida on Wednesday, November 13,2013. We were told that the trial was to be that Monday, November 18,2013. On November 14, 2013 we went to the chosen attorney’s office to discuss the upcoming trial. Remember there were 2 victims, a woman and a man. The man had said repeatedly that he was … More A few days before the trial of 11/20/2013
New Followers, please note that you must read this blog from the beginning to fully appreciate what the story is all about. The first blog dated June 18, 2014 started with a quote, ” Justice cannot be for one side alone, but must be for both. Eleanor Roosevelt”. The attorney knew had all of the … More The 1st Trail that never took place -April 2012 Part2
An attorney’s main goal should be to have the case dismissed by some technical error or mistake in the accusatory party’s procedures. The lawyer must try everything in his or her power to obtain a complete dismissal or a “not guilty” ruling by the judge or the jury. My attorney did not try to resolve the … More Take the Money and Run