I get your point and good analogy with NG's depo.
Make no mistake, I am NOT impressed with Brad Conway, however, I know from personal experience client control can be a nightmare, especially with strong-willed, stubborn clients like CA. In re. the bolded portion, exactly what grounds would BC have for cancelling the depo? Are you referring to the video taping w/o their knowledge?
eta: I'm not so sure the media taped it. I thought it was Morgan & co. taping and releasing it to the media pronto. I know it was posted on the Morgan website.
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Alot of JB's games have also been unheard of. Again, the point? I have been totally blown away by the stuff he is getting away with pulling.
It was stated before the depos that the media would have it right away. That knowledge was a news item. Even wondered about HOW it would be done, as the info was being discussed on the hows, etc. Folks were on pins and needles and primed for it to happen.
Sorry, Conway did not walk into that room, clueless that it was going to be broadcasted right away. It was known the day before. If I was a guessing person (and I am) I would guess that he considered it the least of his worries. That the tape/transcription would be released at some point anyway. His worries, was his client's attitude. As all ready pointed out, Cindy's show pretty much puts everything else in the shade. Most likely that is what was on Brad's mind. All he could do was ride that storm.
Snort! No mugging for the camera's.. NG's lawyers don't need to mug for the camera's like these newbies involved in these cases down here. Part of their fee is the 'mugging for the camera's." LOL!
Just my opinion.....
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ITA agree with the above red bold.
Morgan releasing the depos to the media is no different from what the defense has done by releasing motions to the media before giving them to the clerk of the court...even in at least one case, releasing motions to the media without filing them at all!
Do appreciate all the info from those at the trial! Thanks for letting us in on some of the little things we can only speculate on .....
Anyone in the know, please chime in on this: It seems to me that Judges have already made their decisions on motions before they hear arguments, because they already have case law at hand to support their decision. So, what do they do? Have case law ready to go either way? How does that work? TIA
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