Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Gearing up for Trial --- without Murder Charges

I have not commented on the DA dropping murder charges, and I'll reserve that for a later date. I will, however, endeavor to post the statutes and elements that the DA must prove beyond a reasonable doubt in order to secure a conviction. Look for that post within 24 hours. 

When you understand exactly what the DA has to accomplish to get a conviction, then you will hopefully more fully appreciate the trial. 

Also, the Dunwoody Murder Trial Discussion Group has enjoyed an impressive and lively discussion the past few days. Of note, several members have put aside any preconceived notions of guilt, and adorned their defense attorney hats in an attempt to rebut some of the evidence regarding the remaining charges. Overall, the result is impressive. If anything, it shows that creating reasonable doubt about some of the most difficult evidence to defend may not be as difficult as some might think. Please join the group if you are not yet a member and join in or enjoy the discussion. 

So far, group members have rebutted eye witness testimony that Andrea and Hemy were dancing, groping and kissing. They have also rebutted the "shared accommodations" during the various business trips Andrea and Hemy took. 

Keep an eye out for my next post soon... 

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