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Post  Admin on Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:07 pm

Tough case, too! Interesting legal area... like the Manson case.

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Post  charles on Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:39 pm

The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds
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Post  Admin on Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:47 pm

@charles wrote:The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds

That's actually sad. I did not perceive that this person had the personal clout to compel anyone to commit a crime. He was involved, but not a 'boss' from what I could tell...

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Post  Mrs. Schuey on Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:49 pm

@Mr MattM wrote:
@charles wrote:The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds

That's actually sad. I did not perceive that this person had the personal clout to compel anyone to commit a crime. He was involved, but not a 'boss' from what I could tell...

Agreed, that's what Martin and I were sitting there thinking. Life in prison for it...he took the brunt of all of it.
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Post  charles on Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:16 pm

@Mrs. Schuey wrote:
@Mr MattM wrote:
@charles wrote:The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds

That's actually sad. I did not perceive that this person had the personal clout to compel anyone to commit a crime. He was involved, but not a 'boss' from what I could tell...

Agreed, that's what Martin and I were sitting there thinking. Life in prison for it...he took the brunt of all of it.

Bad lawyer! jocolor
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Post  Mrs. Schuey on Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:22 pm

@charles wrote:
@Mrs. Schuey wrote:
@Mr MattM wrote:
@charles wrote:The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds

That's actually sad. I did not perceive that this person had the personal clout to compel anyone to commit a crime. He was involved, but not a 'boss' from what I could tell...

Agreed, that's what Martin and I were sitting there thinking. Life in prison for it...he took the brunt of all of it.

Bad lawyer! jocolor

Great lawyer! We were intrigued watching you and how great of a job you did. Hopefully you get more gigs like that on TV! When you do, let us know!!
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Post  Jerry on Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:43 pm

@charles wrote:The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds

Wait a minute, Charles, so you are actually the defendant lawyer?
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Post  charles on Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:40 pm

@Jerry wrote:

Wait a minute, Charles, so you are actually the defendant lawyer?

Yeah - the only one who looked like he could run 26.2 Cool
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Post  Mrs. Schuey on Fri Jun 24, 2011 4:01 pm

@charles wrote:
@Jerry wrote:

Wait a minute, Charles, so you are actually the defendant lawyer?

Yeah - the only one who looked like he could run 26.2 Cool

You do look wicked fast!
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Post  Schuey on Fri Jun 24, 2011 5:03 pm

@Jerry wrote:
@charles wrote:The prosecutors wouldn't settle. We offered a guilty plea to facilitation of first degree murder. They compared him to a Chicagoland mob boss that orders a hit while eating pasta and drinking Chianti at Rosebuds

Wait a minute, Charles, so you are actually the defendant lawyer?

Yes Jerry instead of saying it's your birthday and it's not Mr. Joker?

Also I agree with Matt's statement that the your client did come off to me as some mob boss! That is just crazy.
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Post  Bob on Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:34 pm

Admirable stuff, Charles. Being a defense lawyer, especially in capital murder cases like these, has always been something that has intrigued me. I'm not sure how long you've been around the boards, but a couple of old v-teamers, Jim and Julie K are both public defenders for capital murder cases here in Chicago. I've spent many hours questioning them and picking their brains about their job.

Good work, my man. Now, how long before they make your internet sensation Pimp Yo Ride at the 201 a TV series?
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