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SuziQ
11-19-2007, 08:49 PM
Here is a thread for information on Drews attorney, Joel Alan Brodsky.

The below links are courtesy of Jaded, I.B.Nora and Mysteriew. Thanks guys!

Original information courtesy of commenters at Gretawireblog:

http://gretawire.foxnews.com/

Jaded
11-19-2007, 08:51 PM
JOEL ALAN BRODSKY, Wilmette: Brodsky, who was licensed in 1982, was suspended for three months. In order to close a probate estate's bank account and receive the funds, he signed the dead executor's name to bank documents needed to release the funds.
Source: http://www.isba.org/association/042h.htm

SuziQ
11-19-2007, 08:51 PM
From Mysteriew:

http://www.ilnb.uscourts.gov/JudgeSquires/Opinions/99a00069.pdf

SuziQ
11-19-2007, 08:52 PM
Did you see this one? Crossposted from another thread:
http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...8&postcount=94 (http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1804268&postcount=94)

From I.B.Nora
Is this what you are looking for?

http://gretawire.foxnews.com/2007/11...ng-2/#comments (http://gretawire.foxnews.com/2007/11/19/monday-morning-2/#comments)

Comment by laura
November 19th, 2007 at 11:47 am

when you really have no more to say about the suspect…try his attorney

On May 8, 2001 the Administrator filed a one-count complaint against Respondent Joel Alan Brodsky alleging that he forged a signature on bank forms in order to withdraw client funds from the bank, falsely endorsed a cashier’s check issued by the bank, failed to deposit the proceeds in a separate identifiable trust account and kept the funds for his own purposes. He was charged with the following misconduct:

conversion;

failure to deposit and maintain client funds in a separate identifiable trust account in violation of Rule 1.15(a) and 1.15(d) of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct;

committing a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer by committing the

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crime of forgery in violation of 720 ILCS 5/17-3 in violation of Rule 8.4(a)(3);

conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation in violation of Rule 8.4(a)(4);

conduct which tends to defeat the administration of justice or bring the courts or legal profession into disrepute in violation of Supreme Court Rule 771.

he was only suspended 3 months for this…have fun, bloggers


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Jaded
11-19-2007, 08:53 PM
SUPREME COURT OF ILLINOIS
TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2006
THE COURT MADE THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENTS:
MISCELLANEOUS RECORD
M.R.19007 - In re: Joel Alan Brodsky. Disciplinary
Commission.
The petition by the Administrator of the Attorney
Registration and Disciplinary Commission for costs
pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 773 is allowed.
Costs in the amount of $1,000 are assessed against
Joel Alan Brodsky, and he is directed to pay the
costs in full to the Attorney Registration and
Disciplinary Commission within 30 days of the
entry of this order.
Judgment in the amount of $1,000 is entered for
the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary
Commission and against Joel Alan Brodsky.
Order entered by the Court

http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:A_U3yFqBXmwJ:www.state.il.us/court/SupremeCourt/Announce/2006/Pdf/Ann0516_2.pdf+%22joel+alan+brodsky%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us&client=firefox-a

Jaded
11-19-2007, 08:54 PM
http://www.ilnb.uscourts.gov/JudgeSquires/Opinions/99a00069.pdf


I like this one -- it shows character. He filed Chapter 7 and tried to discharge attorney fees awarded to his wife from his divorce.

csds703
11-19-2007, 08:58 PM
Birds of a feather...:loser:

SuziQ
11-19-2007, 08:59 PM
Good info Jaded. I just posted on another thread that there must not have been any good takers from Drews plea for an attorney. That Drew must have found this one at the local Bolingbrook strip mall. Located in between the tanning salon and the dollar store.

SuziQ
11-19-2007, 09:00 PM
Birds of a feather...:loser:

And people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

Jaded
11-19-2007, 09:01 PM
Good info Jaded. I just posted on another thread that there must not have been any good takers from Drews plea for an attorney. That Drew must have found this one at the local Bolingbrook strip mall. Located in between the tanning salon and the dollar store.
You get what you pay for they say. LOL He stated in an interview that he and JB had made a deal.

SuziQ
11-19-2007, 09:02 PM
You get what you pay for they say. LOL He stated in an interview that he and JB had made a deal.

Translation-Drew has something over him.

Jaded
11-19-2007, 09:04 PM
If I were in DP's shoes, I certainly would not want an attorney who had previous disciplinary charges of forgery and theft. I looked up the cases that he cites on his firm profile and only one of them is a criminal matter. The rest were civil.

curiositycat
11-19-2007, 09:26 PM
I feel the same way, Jaded! I bet he is still hoping for a high powered attorney to take his case.

Leila
11-19-2007, 09:28 PM
Looks like DP has retained a great attorney.........NOT!

Jaded
11-19-2007, 09:51 PM
I feel the same way, Jaded! I bet he is still hoping for a high powered attorney to take his case.

His high powered attorney has the gusto of a moped it seems. LOL

Camper
11-20-2007, 08:31 AM
Translation-Drew has something over him.



--->>>Funny, lol. I posted somewhere else on this case, that the ML interview looked like we have Pete and a Re Pete type of men here. Bout the same age, bout the same look, and who knows what else is similar.

Wonder HOW DP did 'select' Mr. B? Are there no attorneys whose names start with the letter A in the phone book DP used?

My suspicious nerve thinks he did not go down the list very far, and that his hands were possibly shaking.

.

cheko1
11-20-2007, 08:50 AM
I can't help but wonder what the wonder lawyer did when Drew couldn't say a word to ML / yet broke his azz to get home for the People mag shoot? Plus outside talking to all the media?

I'd hope the Chicagosun or whoever took the pix of him making faces at the camera would put it on the front page. LOL That would sure show DP's mentality.

Camper
11-20-2007, 09:01 AM
I can't help but wonder what the wonder lawyer did when Drew couldn't say a word to ML / yet broke his azz to get home for the People mag shoot? Plus outside talking to all the media?

I'd hope the Chicagosun or whoever took the pix of him making faces at the camera would put it on the front page. LOL That would sure show DP's mentality.



--->>>B was probably busy googling on a laptop, too busy to notice this ODD behavior.

Still trying to get up to speed on all of this. Someone help me out here, Is Mr. JAB a Bolingbrook IL atty, er is he from a far distant land? Lin Wood was probably too expensive.

.

STEADFAST
11-20-2007, 09:08 AM
--->>>
B was probably busy googling on a laptop, too busy to notice this ODD behavior.

Still trying to get up to speed on all of this. Someone help me out here, Is Mr. JAB a Bolingbrook IL atty, er is he from a far distant land? Lin Wood was probably too expensive.

.

He's a Chicago attorney. Right on Michigan Avenue.http://www.brodskyodeh.com/

chicoliving
11-20-2007, 09:09 AM
I can't help but wonder what the wonder lawyer did when Drew couldn't say a word to ML / yet broke his azz to get home for the People mag shoot? Plus outside talking to all the media?

I'd hope the Chicagosun or whoever took the pix of him making faces at the camera would put it on the front page. LOL That would sure show DP's mentality.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/?track=ctnewstab

they did!

CW
11-20-2007, 09:25 AM
http://i232.photobucket.com/albums/ee180/Windchime45c/BAGfacepeterson.jpg

CW
11-20-2007, 09:28 AM
Yet he says he hates the media BS he's loving every second of it. Now let the media speak the true facts then yes that is when he hates the media.

SuziQ
11-20-2007, 09:57 AM
He's a Chicago attorney. Right on Michigan Avenue.http://www.brodskyodeh.com/

I know why Drew picked Brodsky! Look at the woman in that pic! :eek:

Taximom
11-20-2007, 10:00 AM
lol :doh:


I know why Drew picked Brodsky! Look at the woman in that pic! :eek:

Taximom
11-20-2007, 10:01 AM
WC, I was really looking forward to not looking at that picture today!!!

STEADFAST
11-20-2007, 10:02 AM
Oh, WindChime! What a repulsive picture to have pop up on my computer!:eek:
Maybe there should have been a warning like "Caution: This post may contain offensive material".:)

SuziQ
11-20-2007, 02:57 PM
Peterson lawyer's heavy-handed tactics on television irritate some

http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/658588,4_1_JO20_LAWYER_S1.article

TGIRecovered
11-20-2007, 05:46 PM
Won't do him a bit of good to be heavy-handed on TV if he can't reel in his client and make him shut up and quit acting like he is having so much fun watching the rest of us look for where he hid his wife's body. :slap:

Mr. Peterson is digging his own grave and smiling the whole way :D down,:D down, :D down. :bang:

Is it wrong to hope he gets a leaky casket?:angel:

Susan

TGIRecovered
11-20-2007, 05:48 PM
Peterson lawyer's heavy-handed tactics on television irritate some

http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/658588,4_1_JO20_LAWYER_S1.article

Personally, I find it entertaining.:silenced: Don't tell anyone.

Susan

Gin
11-20-2007, 05:54 PM
Personally, I find it entertaining.:silenced: Don't tell anyone.

Susan

Sounds like Peterson and his lawyer are a perfect match.

tezi
11-20-2007, 09:54 PM
OK, I made this good post and it wouldn't post here!!!!! I guess WS doesn't like me today????:waitasec:

So, here's the short version....

Drew has a lawyer??? What did he do, look under "Ambulance Chasers?"

I guess the likes of Shapiro and Bailey (Oh, I forgot he's disbarred) didn't beat down his door after his appearance on the "Today" show?

Methinks Drew is going to prison for a long time!!!!

Gosh, I haven't seen someone that was such an idiot since Scott Peterson!!!!! LOL

Taximom
11-21-2007, 02:12 AM
He was on the Dan Abrams Show (MSNBC) tonight. I missed everything but the last few seconds where the group was saying their goodbyes. This show doesn't rerun later in the evening! :doh: They might have video online later though. DrewP was not with him.

Hi Tez! If you haven't yet, please read this pdf file:
From Mysteriew:

http://www.ilnb.uscourts.gov/JudgeSq...s/99a00069.pdf

Brodsky and DrewP apparently have a lot in common!

MCDRAW
11-21-2007, 02:31 AM
It sounds as if his lawyer may be as crooked as he is. Just my opinion.

grace60
11-21-2007, 02:37 AM
He was on the Dan Abrams Show (MSNBC) tonight. I missed everything but the last few seconds where the group was saying their goodbyes. This show doesn't rerun later in the evening! :doh: They might have video online later though. DrewP was not with him.

Hi Tez! If you haven't yet, please read this pdf file:
From Mysteriew:

http://www.ilnb.uscourts.gov/JudgeSq...s/99a00069.pdf

Brodsky and DrewP apparently have a lot in common!

Abrams repeats at 4 a.m. eastern. And he was talking about DP during the last 20 minutes

Taximom
11-21-2007, 03:22 AM
Abrams repeats at 4 a.m. eastern. And he was talking about DP during the last 20 minutes

Oh, thanks! I don't know if I can stay awake 2 1/2 more hours!!!!

mysteriew
11-21-2007, 03:44 AM
LOL, trouble brewing already?


Drew Peterson's attorney says you won't be seeing his client on the news so much if he has anything to say about it.

http://www.wqad.com/Global/story.asp?S=7390264&nav=1sW7

Taximom
11-21-2007, 03:57 AM
Awww, now it's "poor Drew, poor, poor Drew"

Dan Abrams show tonight:
1st half:
http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=...9-1cd3242e2be9 (http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=msnbc&vid=98f9b5d6-89bc-43d3-a789-1cd3242e2be9)
about 10 min

2nd half:
http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=...f-a21049bacf5a (http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=msnbc&vid=c8c6916e-6428-452e-bdef-a21049bacf5a)
about 4 min

Interview with Brodsky.

chicoliving
11-21-2007, 04:48 AM
He wouldn't say exactly what the violations Peterson is accused of are, but he did say they came to light as a result of the state's ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Peterson's wife, Stacy Peterson. Peterson has been named a suspect in her disappearance.

McGury also said the incidents occurred over the past 12 months and were "severe internal violations of general orders."

McGury feels so strongly about the violations, he plans to present his findings to Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow for possible criminal prosecution.

http://cbs2chicago.com/westsuburbanbureau/drew.peterson.mother.2.591663.html

Sounds like he's not off any hook just yet...

tezi
11-21-2007, 04:52 AM
He was on the Dan Abrams Show (MSNBC) tonight. I missed everything but the last few seconds where the group was saying their goodbyes. This show doesn't rerun later in the evening! :doh: They might have video online later though. DrewP was not with him.

Hi Tez! If you haven't yet, please read this pdf file:
From Mysteriew:

http://www.ilnb.uscourts.gov/JudgeSq...s/99a00069.pdf

Brodsky and DrewP apparently have a lot in common!

Thanks Taximom, I will do that later on this morning, after I wake up! Thanks for the heads up! I don't have cable or satellite, so any piece of info I can get my eyes (LOL) is great! :blowkiss:

O/T...My husband (Gawd bless his little pea-pickin' heart) asked me yesterday if Drew P. was related to Scott Peterson! I'm still LMAO! I told him no, not that I was aware of, but he said their stories sound so much the alike, he thought "just maybe they came from the same gene pool" OMG, I must have laughed for 45 minutes. The poor man knows how I follow true crime, but he really caught me off guard with that comment!

OK, back to our regularly scheduled Drew P. thread......LOL

PS: Please excuse the bad grammar and spelling, it's almost 3 a.m., and I'm trying to get rid of a kidney stone!!!!!

Jaded
11-21-2007, 11:01 AM
He wouldn't say exactly what the violations Peterson is accused of are, but he did say they came to light as a result of the state's ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Peterson's wife, Stacy Peterson. Peterson has been named a suspect in her disappearance.

McGury also said the incidents occurred over the past 12 months and were "severe internal violations of general orders."

McGury feels so strongly about the violations, he plans to present his findings to Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow for possible criminal prosecution.

http://cbs2chicago.com/westsuburbanbureau/drew.peterson.mother.2.591663.html

Sounds like he's not off any hook just yet...

Wonderful news. I hope they nail him to the wall. It seems to me like DP has been guilty of impropriety for a long time and has never been held accountable for his actions.

curiositycat
11-21-2007, 11:21 AM
Thanks for the links Taxi:blowkiss:

I am beginning to really like Dan Abrams and his style. I never watched him before this case.
He cuts to the chase. I like that in an interviewer:angel:



Awww, now it's "poor Drew, poor, poor Drew"

Dan Abrams show tonight:
1st half:
http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=...9-1cd3242e2be9 (http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=msnbc&vid=98f9b5d6-89bc-43d3-a789-1cd3242e2be9)
about 10 min

2nd half:
http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=...f-a21049bacf5a (http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=msnbc&vid=c8c6916e-6428-452e-bdef-a21049bacf5a)
about 4 min

Interview with Brodsky.

i.b.nora
11-21-2007, 06:03 PM
Joel Brodsky is scheduled to appear on Greta's On the Record tonight.

With the arrests today in the Holloway case, I hope that doesn't bump Brodsky.

Taximom
11-21-2007, 06:11 PM
Maybe DrewP will do some more fancy dancing in front of the cameras since he's being upstaged by Joran now.

He'll have to get that attention back somehow!

mysteriew
12-07-2007, 11:23 PM
When a former police officer suspected in his wife's disappearance pleaded for legal help on the "Today" show, lawyer Joel Brodsky's first thought was: "What an idiot."

He thought Drew Peterson was foolish to discuss the disappearance on national television. But Brodsky also told his wife: "That would be an interesting case. I could do that case."

Brodsky, who soon began representing Peterson, initially welcomed the publicity, but he now says he got more than he bargained for. In recent weeks, reporters have looked into his own background. He receives hate mail from strangers, and he's besieged with constant interview requests.

http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5imFD1nSI9Xo6r2Rv2Z3tNeXoJKJAD8TCR1A80


Drew Peterson's lawyer says it was publicity and the challenge of fighting the tide of public suspicion that attracted him to his client's cause.
http://www.wandtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=7467813

kpass
12-08-2007, 12:21 PM
He had gone to his car to get a shotgun, police said. Elizabeth Brodsky "screamed at [her daughters] to get their shoes and leave now," the report said. "Mr. Brodsky exclaimed, 'That's right. You leave, get out of here, now I'm going to do it right and blow my head off with this shotgun.'"
http://www.suntimes.com/news/peterson/687659,CST-NWS-atty08.article

Camper
12-08-2007, 12:34 PM
He had gone to his car to get a shotgun, police said. Elizabeth Brodsky "screamed at [her daughters] to get their shoes and leave now," the report said. "Mr. Brodsky exclaimed, 'That's right. You leave, get out of here, now I'm going to do it right and blow my head off with this shotgun.'"
http://www.suntimes.com/news/peterson/687659,CST-NWS-atty08.article




--->>>Whatta great link kpass!!! Can anyone wonder why Brodsky's marriage did not last when they see this picture of him in your above link.

http://media1.suntimes.com/multimedia/120707atty.jpg_20071208_04_05_50_150-116-165.imageContent

I would not want him opening a door for me an old lady, much less representing me in a legal matter.

I would want a super smart lawyer that had a winning record AND AND AND I would want my lawyer to be handsome and winsome to boot.

Two peas from the same pod DP and Brodsky. imop.

.

SuziQ
12-08-2007, 01:01 PM
Camper, you would have loved my attorneys. Super smart and not bad to look at!

Here is Jason:
http://www.ballardspahr.com/FILES/tbl_s3Lawyers/Image60/1211/BorenJasonD.jpg

Here is Dick:
http://wldimages.findlaw.com/images/1433144/1941768_1.png

Here is Jefferson:
http://wldimages.findlaw.com/images/1433144/2265936_1.png

cheko1
12-08-2007, 02:21 PM
Brodsky is a scarey looking dude for sure!

TGIRecovered
12-08-2007, 11:25 PM
http://tinyurl.com/2h4xvv

Quote:
Peterson Attorney Attracted by Challenge

Asked what makes him proud professionally, Brodsky said: "When I'm able to protect people who are innocent and charged with a crime."
He paused to reconsider his answer.
"Innocence is a strange word," he continued. "People who the government can't prove did the crime, or did something bad or committed an offense, and they take them to trial anyway and I win. That's my proudest accomplishment."



Gotta love that quote.

"...or did something bad or committed an offense"...in other words...people who are GUILTY ?

You see, Joel, defense lawyers are supposed to say that their best accomplishment is seeing that their client gets a fair trial, and the best punishment deal possible if they are guilty.

That way you don't have to admit that you really get a kick out of letting dangerous criminals walk free.
(It just doesn't sound good, Joey.)

Susan

NascarMom
12-08-2007, 11:42 PM
http://tinyurl.com/2h4xvv

Quote:
Peterson Attorney Attracted by Challenge

Asked what makes him proud professionally, Brodsky said: "When I'm able to protect people who are innocent and charged with a crime."
He paused to reconsider his answer.
"Innocence is a strange word," he continued. "People who the government can't prove did the crime, or did something bad or committed an offense, and they take them to trial anyway and I win. That's my proudest accomplishment."



Gotta love that quote.

"...or did something bad or committed an offense"...in other words...people who are GUILTY ?

You see, Joel, defense lawyers are supposed to say that their best accomplishment is seeing that their client gets a fair trial, and the best punishment deal possible if they are guilty.

That way you don't have to admit that you really get a kick out of letting dangerous criminals walk free.
(It just doesn't sound good, Joey.)

Susan

Wow. I've heard lawyers say a lot of strange things before, but that one is right up there in the top ten... I was reading on the other thread about his past "mistakes" and it does appear that he and DP are "two peas in a pod"... Maybe if DP fails in being his own downfall, this guy will help shove him the rest of the way off the cliff. We can only hope, since Stacy deserves justice in the worst kind of way. And Kathleen as well for that matter.

TGIRecovered
12-09-2007, 12:06 AM
We should probably keep Brodsky's wife and kids in our prayers. Can you even imagine living with him?

And by the way, how could the cops misconstrue " my husband Joel Brodsky is in the house with a gun and threatening to kill himself"? "Little disagreement" my donkey's butt.


Susan

kpass
12-11-2007, 02:14 PM
This Brioschi, I mean Brodsky is giving me agida! After watching him, I need to drink a few glass of BRIOSCHI! I think that's gonna be his new nickname from now on around my house.

http://pics.drugstore.com/prodimg/92436/200.jpg

closeobserver
12-11-2007, 02:51 PM
It's amazing that a divorce lawyer is doing a better job for Craig Stebic than this guy, a defense attorney, is doing for D.P. But then again, D.P. is probably not taking any of his lawyers advice because of his arrogance.

savannahanna
12-11-2007, 05:04 PM
Is Brodsky a criminal attorney? He doesn't seem very sure of himself unless a scripted dialogue. Last night on "Greta" he seemed to be so nervous and on the defensive! Loved how Greta got him to commit to coming on the show again with the "dreaded" panel of real defense attorneys-she slipped in the question so fast, I don't think Brodsky knew what he was agreeing to!:clap: Another opportunity for him to show off his ineptness. Wouldn't be surprised if he comes up with some excuse to back out! And this is the best taker that DP could find from his "Today" show plea for representation!!!!
My rant for the day.:)
Savannahanna

Dobler
12-12-2007, 07:32 AM
Isn't today the day Brodsky & DP go to court to try to get DP's stuff back? Wow- Brodsky will have to go in front of a judge, I wonder what he'll do?

Taximom
12-12-2007, 07:47 AM
Isn't today the day Brodsky & DP go to court to try to get DP's stuff back? Wow- Brodsky will have to go in front of a judge, I wonder what he'll do?

Let's hope he doesn't say Stacy slept with the judge!

Dobler
12-12-2007, 08:03 AM
Good one Taximom!- He'll say that if the judge is male- if she's female, she had PMS.

Taximom
12-12-2007, 08:05 AM
LOL, Dobler. Shame on me for thinking the judge would be male only! That's just what Drew needs, IMO, a real strong woman in charge of what happens to him. ROFL

Camper
12-12-2007, 08:18 AM
Camper, you would have loved my attorneys. Super smart and not bad to look at!

Here is Jason:
http://www.ballardspahr.com/FILES/tbl_s3Lawyers/Image60/1211/BorenJasonD.jpg

Here is Dick:
http://wldimages.findlaw.com/images/1433144/1941768_1.png

Here is Jefferson:
http://wldimages.findlaw.com/images/1433144/2265936_1.png




--->>>OOOH yes, Jefferson, Jason and Dick in that order. OR Jason, Jefferson and Dick. Or, hmmm.

Last night Greta said DP'sA had agreed to be ON tonight. She gave him a choice, come ON before the panel, after the panel, or be there withem.

DP'sA keeps sticking one foot then the other in his pie hole, can't wait.
I am wondering IF IF DP'sA had anything to do with the withdrawal of the media from DP's street?

OR if out of respect for the young children still living there, the ministers comment made the media think twice about public opinion, about the intrusion on the teenaged children at least. Has to be hard for those two teenagers.

.

Taximom
12-12-2007, 08:23 AM
I think Joel's initials are perfect for him. He takes a JAB at the ex-fiance, another JAB at the pastor, another JAB at Stacy....the list goes on. I've never seen anything like it.

Dobler
12-12-2007, 08:44 AM
Well, we know in law school he was listening in "Discredit the Witness 101" but I think that was it.

kpass
12-12-2007, 10:44 AM
Is Brodsky a criminal attorney? He doesn't seem very sure of himself unless a scripted dialogue. Last night on "Greta" he seemed to be so nervous and on the defensive! Loved how Greta got him to commit to coming on the show again with the "dreaded" panel of real defense attorneys-she slipped in the question so fast, I don't think Brodsky knew what he was agreeing to!:clap: Another opportunity for him to show off his ineptness. Wouldn't be surprised if he comes up with some excuse to back out! And this is the best taker that DP could find from his "Today" show plea for representation!!!!
My rant for the day.:)
Savannahanna

I would LOVE to see Joel Brioschi go up against the attorneys on Greta. How much do you want to bet he doesn't! He KNOWS they'd rip him a new ***hole!!! :loser:

Taximom
12-12-2007, 10:50 AM
I would LOVE to see Joel Brioschi go up against the attorneys on Greta. How much do you want to bet he doesn't! He KNOWS they'd rip him a new ***hole!!! :loser:

Did you see them on her show last night? "Bring him on" is what I kept hearing!!

ETA: It will be interesting to see if JAB chickens out tonight or not. Before last night's stupidity about Stacy and the preacher, he was scheduled to appear with Greta's group of lawyers.

kpass
12-12-2007, 11:01 AM
Did you see them on her show last night? "Bring him on" is what I kept hearing!!

ETA: It will be interesting to see if JAB chickens out tonight or not. Before last night's stupidity about Stacy and the preacher, he was scheduled to appear with Greta's group of lawyers.

I cannot even believe he said he 'received a few calls' regarding Stacy having an affair with the Pastor...When he said that, it literally turned my stomach to the point that I had to drink some Brioschi...he nauseates me! :banghead:

SuziQ
12-12-2007, 11:10 AM
--->>>OOOH yes, Jefferson, Jason and Dick in that order. OR Jason, Jefferson and Dick. Or, hmmm.

Last night Greta said DP'sA had agreed to be ON tonight. She gave him a choice, come ON before the panel, after the panel, or be there withem.

DP'sA keeps sticking one foot then the other in his pie hole, can't wait.
I am wondering IF IF DP'sA had anything to do with the withdrawal of the media from DP's street?

OR if out of respect for the young children still living there, the ministers comment made the media think twice about public opinion, about the intrusion on the teenaged children at least. Has to be hard for those two teenagers.

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Actually, Jefferson is a Dick. We clashed big time.

I am glad the media has backed off. They can get back there quick if they need to. I still have mixed emotions about the block parties and missing family gatherings in front of the house with the kids there. To the kids it must all seem like a lynch mob and must be scary for them.

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 11:29 AM
Actually, Jefferson is a Dick. We clashed big time.

I am glad the media has backed off. They can get back there quick if they need to. I still have mixed emotions about the block parties and missing family gatherings in front of the house with the kids there. To the kids it must all seem like a lynch mob and must be scary for them.

Depends on what DrewP told them. If he was a 'concerned' parent, I would think he would keep them busy during those times. Or better yet, since those were situations in honor of their mothers, he could have sent the kids out to talk about how much they missed their mothers. Preventing the kids from honoring their mothers in public, makes me wonder how much they are able to honor her or express their pain in private.

browneyedgirl
12-12-2007, 11:40 AM
:laugh: :laugh:

I think Joel's initials are perfect for him. He takes a JAB at the ex-fiance, another JAB at the pastor, another JAB at Stacy....the list goes on. I've never seen anything like it.

That was a good one, Taximom. He is definately worse than Mark Geragos ever thought about being. You know, during Scott's trial, when they set the boat up, I honestly thought then that no decent human being would ever do such a sick and twisted thing, to stoop to suck a low depth as to recreate Laci's final journey, but then last night when Brodsky claimed that Stacy and the preacher were having an affair, I knew that I would NEVER see anyone sink any lower than what Brodsky just had done.

He is a total creep, and I hope the preacher sues him.

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 11:46 AM
Well, we know in law school he was listening in "Discredit the Witness 101" but I think that was it.


That actually scares me. Brodsky has been showing inocompetence throughout the whole time that he has been representing DrewP. And if he is also incompetent in trial, then that leaves DrewP with a good chance at winning an appeal for incompetent representation.

The only possibility that I see is if they charge him with both Stacy and Kathleen, then possibly they will put the DP on the table- and I don't know for sure, but something tells me that Brodsky isn't DP certified. Which means that DrewP will be looking for another attorney.

SuziQ
12-12-2007, 12:03 PM
At Greta they are joking that Brodsky went thru a bar on the way to take the bar. lol.

SuziQ
12-12-2007, 12:06 PM
I worry that Brodsky's attack everyone tactics are going to scare witnesses from coming forward. That's the most effective thing I can see that Brodsky has done. A method to his madness maybe?

kpass
12-12-2007, 12:09 PM
Just so you get a better look at how we do things…behind the scenes…I am at the train station so since I have a few minutes, I called OTR producer Steph Watts. He is with Mark Fuhrman in Bolingbrook. When I called the two were busy planning their day…we get lots of tips in our tipbox and they have the job of chasing down the leads. Plus Steph got a very important call last night - in response to Stacy’s Pastor’s interview - and now Mark and Steph are re arranging their schedule to meet with someone. I also discussed with Steph his conversation with Joel Brodsky and Steph confirms Joel will be on the show tonight. I don’t dare ask Steph when he needs to leave there to come back east to see his family and for the holidays…he is doing a great job there and while I want him to ‘have a life’ - I also want to take advantage of his talents and sources. By the way - when he returns home is his decision..not mine

http://gretawire.foxnews.com/

I CAN'T WAIT!

SuziQ
12-12-2007, 02:31 PM
Much more at the link, you must go read the entire post:

(snip)
by Greta Van Susteren

Can you help me understand this???
1/ Sgt. Peterson’s lawyer Joel Brodsky told us yesterday he was too busy to do our show last night. OK. Fine....

(snip)
My view? - Joel Brodsky started this so called “unprofessionalism” by his character assassination of a probably dead woman (who can’t defend her good name) and a pastor on television….why did he do that???

http://gretawire.foxnews.com/2007/12/12/wait-until-you-read-this/

i.b.nora
12-12-2007, 03:20 PM
Judge delays Peterson's request to have seized items returned (http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-peterson-hearing_webdec13,0,913322.story)

"A Will County Circuit Court judge said today that he will decide Monday whether to grant Drew Peterson's request to have his two vehicles, 11 firearms and other items seized by police returned to him.

At a 20-minute hearing, Presiding Judge Daniel Rozak listened to arguments from the defense and prosecution before saying he would study case law before rendering a verdict.

Defense attorney John Carroll, who has joined Joel Brodsky in representing Peterson, a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, told Rozak that police have had sufficient time to analyze the seized property and that authorities are withholding the items to vex Peterson."

I think this new attorney joining Brodsky explains alot of things, such as why Brodsky decided NOT to go on Greta tonight, even though he previously specifically requested to go head to head with the brats.
I think that Brodsky was having regular Tuesday night meetings with other attorneys to help him brainstorm. I think that last night they decided to have this new attorney join the team. And, I also think that is the reason for the website seeking funds. Brodsky might be willing to do this for no or low fees, but would another attorney agree to the same? If so, why?

Squishified
12-12-2007, 03:26 PM
Okay--I'm confused (not surprising).
Is Mr. Brodsky going to be on Greta tonight??

i.b.nora
12-12-2007, 03:28 PM
Oh look! How coincidental!
Wasn't Brodsky talking about the need to hire a private investigator?

Attorney John Paul Carroll Selects Chard.Net for Web Site Design

Chicago attorney John Paul Carroll has selected Chard.Net to design his law firmís new website. Mr. Carroll, who is also a Chicago private investigator, has a practice that focuses on serious personal injury and serious criminal defense. John Carrollís professional background, which includes work as a both a detective and later as special prosecutor give him a unique perspective on the law and his clientís issues.

John Paul Carroll (http://www.chard.net/blog/2006/10/17/attorney-john-paul-carroll-choose-chardnet-for-web-site-design/)

i.b.nora
12-12-2007, 03:35 PM
John Paul Carroll Law (http://www.johnpaulcarroll.com/firm_overview.php)
Serious Help for Serious Problems

snip

"Attorney John Paul Carroll and his associates offer legal representation limited to the areas of serious personal injury , medical malpractice and serious criminal defense cases, including white collar crime. In addition to legal services, John Paul Carroll, a former Chicago Police homicide and undercover detective, provides private investigation services throughout Chicago and the state of Illinois.

As a former Chicago Police Homicide Detective, undercover narcotics officer assigned to the federal Drug Enforcement Administration and a criminal prosecutor in Chicago, Mr. Carroll brings a unique perspective to the courtroom. He knows through personal experience the legal limitations the police and prosecutors must obey and he can identify and exploit any violations of those legal boundaries. This experience brings a tremendous advantage to those under the cloud of a serious criminal accusation, a situation where the outcome can change your life and drastically affect your future."

fran
12-12-2007, 04:20 PM
Thanks for the info ibnora. I was wonderin' who he was.

I already don't like him. He thinks he's a comedian.:doh:

This is from today's hearing.

JMHO
fran

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-peterson-hearing_webdec13,0,913322.story?coll=chi_tab01_lay out

Will County Assistant State's Atty. John Connor called the defense's request an attempt to "put a clock" on the police investigation and said Rozak signed three of the four warrants on the basis of probable cause.

"What counsel is trying to do is either a fishing expedition or to put a lock on what we're doing," Connor said. "Your honor, this is very early in the game, and we're here addressing matters that should not be addressed at this time."

Carroll countered, saying what is at issue is how long police have to hold items in their possession.

"Assuming the search warrants are beautiful--they're so beautiful they make a law professor cry--the point is how long can they hold them? We're saying they've had enough time," he said.

fran
12-12-2007, 04:22 PM
Okay--I'm confused (not surprising).
Is Mr. Brodsky going to be on Greta tonight??

LOL, he was supposed to be on Greta tonite but his wife won't let him, errr....his wife said he won't be because of the 'unprofessionalism' of Greta and her show (or something like that).:chicken:

LOL, in other words, he's scared of the panel!:rolleyes:

JMHO
fran

Squishified
12-12-2007, 04:26 PM
LOL, he was supposed to be on Greta tonite but his wife won't let him, errr....his wife said he won't be because of the 'unprossionalism' of Greta and her show (or something like that).:chicken:

LOL, in other words, he's scared of the panel!:rolleyes:

JMHO
fran

Oh, and I was so looking forward to it!! Can't wait to see what Greta and the gang have to say about his no-show.

fran
12-12-2007, 04:33 PM
Oh, and I was so looking forward to it!! Can't wait to see what Greta and the gang have to say about his no-show.

Actually, Greta's show ought to be a hoot tonite. They really gave it to Bodsky last night over his appearance on Abrams and accusing the minister of having an affair with Stacy. LOL, now this!!:slap:

Oh, and Mark Fuhrman has uncovered something. So stay tuned to Greta OTR tonite!;)

JMHO
fran

Squishified
12-12-2007, 04:41 PM
Actually, Greta's show ought to be a hoot tonite. They really gave it to Bodsky last night over his appearance on Abrams and accusing the minister of having an affair with Stacy. LOL, now this!!:slap:

Oh, and Mark Fuhrman has uncovered something. So stay tuned to Greta OTR tonite!;)

JMHO
fran

Oh, I will!! :)

curiositycat
12-12-2007, 05:39 PM
If I had an attorney who couldn't stand up and take the heat...no matter what or who it was, I would dump that attorney. Taking the heat from this panel will be no more difficult than taking the heat from the prosecution. This guy needs to grow some "huevos rancheros" LOL

i.b.nora
12-12-2007, 05:53 PM
In the case of Kathleen Savio:

Division of property issues
The will names James B. Carroll, Drew Peterson's uncle, executor of the estate, according to a document filed in court by Kavanagh, who apparently had some concerns.

I wonder if there is any connection between James B. Carroll and John Paul Carroll?

Taximom
12-12-2007, 06:09 PM
Oh look! How coincidental!
Wasn't Brodsky talking about the need to hire a private investigator?

Attorney John Paul Carroll Selects Chard.Net for Web Site Design

Chicago attorney John Paul Carroll has selected Chard.Net to design his law firmís new website. Mr. Carroll, who is also a Chicago private investigator, has a practice that focuses on serious personal injury and serious criminal defense. John Carrollís professional background, which includes work as a both a detective and later as special prosecutor give him a unique perspective on the law and his clientís issues.

John Paul Carroll (http://www.chard.net/blog/2006/10/17/attorney-john-paul-carroll-choose-chardnet-for-web-site-design/)

OH well, this makes sense now. JAB said last night that 1/2 the defense fund was for him and the other half for the investigation. JAB's pretty tricky with words.....

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 06:11 PM
LOL, he was supposed to be on Greta tonite but his wife won't let him, errr....his wife said he won't be because of the 'unprofessionalism' of Greta and her show (or something like that).:chicken:

LOL, in other words, he's scared of the panel!:rolleyes:

JMHO
fran

How professional is it to say yes, I want to be on your program, then no I don't want to be on your program, then to have your wife say it is due to "unprofessionalism?" Sounds like he is hiding behind his wife!

Taximom
12-12-2007, 06:12 PM
LOL, he was supposed to be on Greta tonite but his wife won't let him, errr....his wife said he won't be because of the 'unprofessionalism' of Greta and her show (or something like that).:chicken:

LOL, in other words, he's scared of the panel!:rolleyes:

JMHO
fran


This is too funny, Fran. Imagine someone like him "whipped". I think his "wife" is DrewP.

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 06:15 PM
Ahhh he is just hiding behind his wife's skirts.

Jaded
12-12-2007, 06:16 PM
His fees:

John Paul Carroll believes that every client has a right to immediately know what the attorney’s fees will be in any criminal case. These fees are fair and reasonable and are payable at the time representation of the client is accepted. John Paul Carroll will stand behind his fee agreement, no matter how long the representation or trial may take.

Misdemeanor/drunk driving :: $4,000
Defense of felony charges :: $7,500
Defense in a murder prosecution :: $10,000
Defense in a death penalty case :: $25,000

Please be aware that these fees are what John Paul Carroll charges, and there are other attorneys who will require less money for their representation. If cost is your main concern then you should call other attorneys until you find a cheaper one.
Chicago Private Detective Services

Mr. Carroll is a licensed private detective in Naperville, IL and has operatives throughout the Chicago area and the entire state. With his unique background as a police officer, and current experience as a lawyer, he knows the law. He understands the implications of an improperly conducted private investigation and so he aggressively, yet carefully, conducts this work. He directly supervises all investigations of his operatives.

Fees for the private investigation services are $100.00 an hour, with a minimum of three hours per case assignment.


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http://www.johnpaulcarroll.com/rates.php

fran
12-12-2007, 06:23 PM
Ahhh he is just hiding behind his wife's skirts.

LOL, yes, it DOES APPEAR that way, doesn't it! :slap:

Ehhh......now I'm interested in this new attorney. Is he related to Drew P? Imagine that? Them getting together with another attorney who was fined for taking $$ from dead clients or whatever it was?

hhhmmmmmmmmmmm.................:angel:

Interesting,
fran

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 06:24 PM
DrewP is estimating his legal expenses at $250,000. Carroll says he will charge $25,000. So where is the other $225,000 going?

Jaded
12-12-2007, 06:25 PM
DrewP is estimating his legal expenses at $250,000. Carroll says he will charge $25,000. So where is the other $225,000 going?

For rhinoplasty? http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/big_madhouse/crazy.gif

fran
12-12-2007, 06:41 PM
DrewP is estimating his legal expenses at $250,000. Carroll says he will charge $25,000. So where is the other $225,000 going?

Well, I heard he gave his son a check for $200,000 the day he picked up the kids to take them to his house. So we know he has it. I also think I read where his house is paid for.

So the BS about him loosing his house is just that, BS.

I think Jaded is right, "rhinoplasty" :D

fran

Camper
12-12-2007, 06:51 PM
For rhinoplasty? http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/big_madhouse/crazy.gif




--->>>OH my sides I am laffin my head off your little guy http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/big_madhouse/crazy.gifis fabulous.

SO it appears that Brodsky is operating a Ma and Pa business. Wonder IF they own a bloodhound? I also wonder what CHURCH they attend? Hmmm. He is so obviously not experienced in criminal matters, he is grasping at straws.

DP in the meantime surely is the most good natured happily stepping around with joyful abandon 'suspect' that I have ever seen. No concern about the mother of his children, or that she is GONE.
The bullet hole and garage soda escapade beats all wonderment.

Group shot DP, JAB and the other guy JPC http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/big_madhouse/crazy.gifhttp://www.kolobok.us/smiles/big_madhouse/crazy.gifhttp://www.kolobok.us/smiles/big_madhouse/crazy.gif.

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DeltaDawn
12-12-2007, 06:54 PM
Well..I think that fee is what is needed as an initial retainer, although he doesn't come right out and say that.

Then all attorneys I know bill by the minute..meaning phone calls, interviews, how long it took to process a doc., then add in detective fees and appeals fees..you know Drew will appeal..you are easliy looking at 200-250 grand. Then add in the state may bring separate trials and charges for Stacy , then Kathleen, then we are looking at the trial for his misconduct while a cop, not to mention today's drama about needing his guns and cars back. Yes we are looking at atleast 3 or 4 separate cases ..and don't forget the list we have of the missing and dead that knew Drew prior to their demise. They could also become separate cases if LE finds evidence to base them on and connect them to Drew. If this doesn't reach atleast 250-300 grand in legal fees I would be very surprised., actually I think that is a lowball figure.

An aside...when I read John Paul's resume so to speak I thought this is exactly someone Drew would feel comfortable with..ex cop, narcotics squad...now big time attorney..unfortunately I wonder personally how John Paul feels about Drew the cop that outed another undercover narcotics cop and put his life in jeopardy? But I would guess that 250-300 grand would make me do the job representing and forget about what rogue cop Drew was then and is now. I guess if you are going to be a defense lawyer you can't start making character judgements on your clients. I am also sure from John Paul's bravdo in the court room today he is happily expecting some good PR from this with the national exposure.

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 07:07 PM
Yeah, Brodsky expected some good PR too lol.

SuziQ
12-12-2007, 07:29 PM
Well, I heard he gave his son a check for $200,000 the day he picked up the kids to take them to his house. So we know he has it. I also think I read where his house is paid for.

So the BS about him loosing his house is just that, BS.

I think Jaded is right, "rhinoplasty" :D

fran

The first payment must be coming up on that check he wrote.

Littledeer
12-12-2007, 07:46 PM
Brodsky sent Greta an ewire or email to read, she is going to read it tonight on the show. That should give us all a good laugh.

i.b. nora: I was thinking the same thing!!!!!! I bet they are related!!!!!

fran
12-12-2007, 09:37 PM
It appears Brodsky is starting to back-peddle a bit on the statement about Stacy and the minister. He's saying it very well might not be true but that's the sort of leads they need to use a PI for.:croc:

LOL, one of the attornies on the panel said that he better be careful what he puts out there as it could effect the donations to their website. :D

fran

Littledeer
12-12-2007, 09:39 PM
fran:

On another thread, someone posted that the site is being shut down due to Brodsky saying "that it met their short term goal(s)".

fran
12-12-2007, 09:40 PM
LOL, OMGosh! I'm still watching NG.

Now they're saying they took the website down as they have met their initial goal.:slap:

Oh good grief! I can hardly stand it!!!!!!!!!

He won't reveal how much because it's not ethical or some such BS.;)

This guys is so out of touch with reality.:p

JMHO
fran

Littledeer
12-12-2007, 09:41 PM
LOL...........

Fran, I beat you by half a second! :):)

Dobler
12-12-2007, 09:46 PM
was the "short-term" goal- to tick everybody off?

SuziQ
12-12-2007, 09:50 PM
was the "short-term" goal- to tick everybody off?

No kidding!

fran
12-12-2007, 09:50 PM
LOL...........

Fran, I beat you by half a second! :):)

Yeah I know! :D

chicoliving
12-12-2007, 09:57 PM
A caller with the question...Has Drew sold his airplane or boat or any personal things to raise money for his "fund" His esteemed attorney replies no, but he will have to soon. waa waaa waaaa

fran
12-12-2007, 10:00 PM
A caller with the question...Has Drew sold his airplane or boat or any personal things to raise money for his "fund" His esteemed attorney replies no, but he will have to soon. waa waaa waaaa

I wonder when he's going to start looking for his lost wife?:doh:

Oh, wait, he's more worried about his defense!:eek:

Never mind, he probably knows where she is anyway.:chicken:

JMHO
fran

chicoliving
12-12-2007, 10:03 PM
Yep he's got some odd priorities all righty!

mysteriew
12-12-2007, 10:09 PM
A caller with the question...Has Drew sold his airplane or boat or any personal things to raise money for his "fund" His esteemed attorney replies no, but he will have to soon. waa waaa waaaa


He can't sell that plane! His children need the plane. And what will he hand down to them when he dies if he sells his personal items! And he needs the cars back so that he can give one of them to his son who will be old enough to drive in a few years. And the guns- ahh now the guns, he needs all 11 in order to protect himself and his children against the world!

NascarMom
12-12-2007, 10:34 PM
I wonder when he's going to start looking for his lost wife?:doh:

Oh, wait, he's more worried about his defense!:eek:

Never mind, he probably knows where she is anyway.:chicken:

JMHO
fran

I'm hoping FBI has tapped his phones and/or bugged his house. He's got to slip up sooner or later.

Taximom
12-13-2007, 12:01 AM
JAB's email (or text) to Greta today:

JAB through his wife: Tell Jerry Springer and her panel of 8th graders that her circus will have to go on without me.

nanandjim
12-13-2007, 01:07 AM
JAB's email (or text) to Greta today:

JAB through his wife: Tell Jerry Springer and her panel of 8th graders that her circus will have to go on without me.
I knew this piece of crap would back out. What a loser.

SuziQ
12-13-2007, 01:21 AM
Taximom found this link I had lost, nice Jerry Springer couple Brodsky and his wife are. Their child had to be hospitalized due to their immaturity!

http://www.ilnb.uscourts.gov/JudgeSquires/Opinions/99a00069.pdf

philamena
12-13-2007, 01:56 AM
Yep he's got some odd priorities all righty!

The odd thing to me is that he hasn't had priorities right from the day Stacy disappeared but he thinks the general public is too stoopid to see him for what he is. :loser:

Camper
12-13-2007, 07:29 AM
Watched Greta last night of course.

Someone tell me how large JAB's practice is, how large is his firm? How many attorneys in the office IF it is not his own practice, I know of course about JPC.

He obviously has had some 'coaching' about dealing with the media, and the ethical practice of law in general. He needs to make a phone call to Mark Geragos just to be more comfy in his approach.

I am still wondering what caused the removal of media from DP's neighborhood? I am hoping it was out of regard for DP's children. I am guessing the neighbors may have taken up arms after that DINGBAT that wrote PIG in the snow - for the children to see.

.

mysteriew
12-14-2007, 08:20 PM
I think we may need to start and "According to JAB" thread soon. His statements are almost as outrageous as DrewP's.

Drew Peterson's attorney, Joel Brodsky of Chicago, was confident the police investigation would get to the bottom of the two mysteries surrounding the fates of Drew Peterson's last two wives, but blamed an impatient public for rushing to judge his client.

"I see a real mob mentality out there, and it's scary," Brodsky said.

He said he could envision "the rope over the tree in Drew's backyard. If this was Oklahoma in 1870, I'd be scared."

http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/696779,4_1_JO14_PETERSON_S1.article

But just suppose (I don't believe he is that "scared") but just suppose he is. Do they really expect us to believe that DrewP is scareder than a wife who had been threatened by her husband- the husband who was right with her every day, the husband who monitored her activities, a husband who had already used physical violence and a husband who knew her schedule? Somehow, I don't believe that he is quite that scared yet.

Littledeer
12-14-2007, 08:32 PM
In one way I want to tape both BRODSKY'S AND DP'S MOUTH SHUT, so I don't have to hear any more STUPID STUPID STUPID comments out of their mouths.

But then, I stepped back and realized, they are just digging their own coffin by talking. (Putting duct tape away until needed for a more useful purpose).

curiositycat
12-14-2007, 08:48 PM
I think we may need to start and "According to JAB" thread soon. His statements are almost as outrageous as DrewP's.

Drew Peterson's attorney, Joel Brodsky of Chicago, was confident the police investigation would get to the bottom of the two mysteries surrounding the fates of Drew Peterson's last two wives, but blamed an impatient public for rushing to judge his client.

"I see a real mob mentality out there, and it's scary," Brodsky said.

He said he could envision "the rope over the tree in Drew's backyard. If this was Oklahoma in 1870, I'd be scared."

http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews/news/696779,4_1_JO14_PETERSON_S1.article

But just suppose (I don't believe he is that "scared") but just suppose he is. Do they really expect us to believe that DrewP is scareder than a wife who had been threatened by her husband- the husband who was right with her every day, the husband who monitored her activities, a husband who had already used physical violence and a husband who knew her schedule? Somehow, I don't believe that he is quite that scared yet.
Well, sometimes I wish it was Oklahoma in 1870. If things get much worse out there it may become very much like that. His client is not a "lovable" guy. They had better pray for a jury with few women IF it gets that far. Has DP ever had a thought about women he didn't verbalize in a negative way? Sexied up??? PMSing??? Crazy??? Depressed???? I am sure there are more but those are the ones that really tick me off. :angel:

mysteriew
12-14-2007, 09:04 PM
Well, sometimes I wish it was Oklahoma in 1870. If things get much worse out there it may become very much like that. His client is not a "lovable" guy. They had better pray for a jury with few women IF it gets that far. Has DP ever had a thought about women he didn't verbalize in a negative way? Sexied up??? PMSing??? Crazy??? Depressed???? I am sure there are more but those are the ones that really tick me off. :angel:

LOL, somehow I don't think it has crossed either of their minds that there will most likely be women on that jury! In their minds of course, women shouldn't be out of the home and in the courtroom.