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    This ^

    I don't hate Jose. I think he's a sleaze and a bad lawyer, but i don't exactly hate him. What I hate is when people like him make all lawyers and people who work in the field who do follow the rules look bad. He was warned time after time about his violations and he kept right on doing it. If Judge Perry doesn't follow through I will lose much respect for him.
    That whole team was sleazy!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by okiedokietoo View Post
    BBM Thanks, I couldn't think of anything except slander
    You're welcome! I hope everybody that can sue them does sue them! We know already about the State of Florida & Tim Miller said he was contemplating filing a suit to get the 116,000.00 back that they spent...he also said George & Cindy knew Caylee was dead when he was there...he just felt it. We can't forget that the FBI was also involved in the investigation so wouldn't the FBI have to file a separate suit for that amount? Then, there's Casey's 10 o'clock appointment Tuesday morning with ZFG attorney......so, if we could add RK to that list, wouldn't it be fantastic?

    This is OT but we need a K~A~R~M~A thread so that everytime somebody backs out of doing business with the Anthony's or any of the DT, we can just go on there & list it....like JB losing his agent that he signed with just hours after signing....and the Jerry Springer offer that was quickly dropped...and the porn movie....pretty bad when Springer & the porn industry don't want anything to do with you....
    "This ain't my first rodeo, Mr. Baez"

    Where will Casey be when lightening strikes the third time....hmmm?



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    Quote Originally Posted by robmom View Post
    This ^

    I don't hate Jose. I think he's a sleaze and a bad lawyer, but i don't exactly hate him. What I hate is when people like him make all lawyers and people who work in the field who do follow the rules look bad. He was warned time after time about his violations and he kept right on doing it. If Judge Perry doesn't follow through I will lose much respect for him.
    I agree. While I know, ultimately, that the sanctions will probably be a slap on the wrist, I strongly disagree with his methods of handling this case. He's not helping that stereotype of defense lawyers. I don't hate him, but I'm disappointed that he chose to break the rules when he could have been just as effective in not doing so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmom View Post
    This ^

    I don't hate Jose. I think he's a sleaze and a bad lawyer, but i don't exactly hate him. What I hate is when people like him make all lawyers and people who work in the field who do follow the rules look bad. He was warned time after time about his violations and he kept right on doing it. If Judge Perry doesn't follow through I will lose much respect for him.
    I agree with everything you've said above. I don't hate JB, but I do think he is a most unprofessioal attorney. He constantly made a mockery out of our judicial system with his continuous lack of respect and total disregard to HHJP and the sanctity of the court. His actions were a disgraceful display shown to the world. He should be ashamed. JMO, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenlover View Post
    Why does everyone hold such hatred for JB and want his career ruined? He did not kill Caylee. If everyone thinks he such a bad attorney, then you must also think that he had nothing to do with the not guilty verdict. Why the vendetta against JB? Why would anyone take pleasure in seeing a man's career ruined because you did not like his client? Does this bring justice for Caylee? If you had a child Caylee's age, would you teach them to hate like this?
    Because he goes beyond the scope of a defense atty and is unethical, disrespects the court and also the law.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sleutherer View Post
    Worst that might happen is some type of letter reprimand, imo.

    Won't amount to a hill of beans.
    That's right. JB is the next HKS as in Anna Nicole Smith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenlover View Post
    Why does everyone hold such hatred for JB and want his career ruined? He did not kill Caylee. If everyone thinks he such a bad attorney, then you must also think that he had nothing to do with the not guilty verdict. Why the vendetta against JB? Why would anyone take pleasure in seeing a man's career ruined because you did not like his client? Does this bring justice for Caylee? If you had a child Caylee's age, would you teach them to hate like this?
    I did not much care for JB from the start, but after the opening arguments, his crassness, rudeness, disrespect for all parties, his behavior, his not paying child support for 10 years, and even his inability to spell simple words and his poor grammar made me strongly dislike him.


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    Ya know, I think the jury REALLY like JB. I liked his style until he started being sleazy and trying his little ambush tactics. I hated how he threw stuff out their to taint the jury cuz he knew they couldn't unring the bell. He used dirty tactics and that jury fell for it as we heard - loud and clear.

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    Well, I don't feel any hatred for JB, but I do agree that he showed the greatest disrespect to the legal profession, and the court, and anyone who came with in hearing range of him.

    And I have to wonder if his mother is proud of him? I wouldn't have wanted to be the mom raising him. I wonder if he wrote the closing argument by himself? uh . . . .

    Sure do wish that the pros had set their sights a bit lower, the jury might have done better by them, and by Caylee. I am deeply sorry that JA resigned. He was great.

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    I hope JB gets what he deserves ~ after all is said and done. He used unethical dirty tactics in the courtroom and got away with it. Caylee Marie was cheated out of justice, and I hope Karma evens the score big time.


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    Will Jb find a place for her to live and a job, and some speading money till she gets on her feet, as I am sure she will not want to go home, and live with her Mother.

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    My goodness, if you think JB is bad, I ask you to recall Bruce Cutler. Now that's a bundle of sanctions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mydailyopinions View Post
    Will HHJP hold true to dealing with Jose Baez's discovery violations after this verdict?

    If so, could this mean the end of his career even though Casey has been found Not Guilty?
    The bar said he showed "a total lack of respect for the legal system.

    page two: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/07/0...ys-lawyer.html

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    I hope the judge holds JB accountable for his actions during the trial. But, at the rate things are going as in NOTHING about this trial - before, during and after is making any sense, so I won't hold my breath.
    "No one makes an innocent accident look like murder" ~ Jeff Ashton

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenlover View Post
    Why does everyone hold such hatred for JB and want his career ruined? He did not kill Caylee. If everyone thinks he such a bad attorney, then you must also think that he had nothing to do with the not guilty verdict. Why the vendetta against JB? Why would anyone take pleasure in seeing a man's career ruined because you did not like his client? Does this bring justice for Caylee? If you had a child Caylee's age, would you teach them to hate like this?
    I do not hate him, but he broke the law. Like any other law abiding citizen, he should pay the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JusticeSeeker1960 View Post
    Not slander, it's civil...defamation of character....it's federal! And, I must say to the poster who wonders why everyone hates JB.....he just makes it too easy~

    I mean, come on, the middle finger guy goes to jail, Casey gets acquitted...what are the odds? He was an extremely fair judge, I think...actually more so than he should have been so that she would get a fair trial. He did this in case of appeal & I fully believe he was as surprised as we were at the verdict. I've heard of drug dealers who gets more time than she did/does!
    And the middle finger Attorney got away with it. What's wrong with that picture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azcrabcakes View Post
    I did not much care for JB from the start, but after the opening arguments, his crassness, rudeness, disrespect for all parties, his behavior, his not paying child support for 10 years, and even his inability to spell simple words and his poor grammar made me strongly dislike him.
    Don't forget the checks that bounced. Now THAT'S law abiding.
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    All credit from the quote above, goes to Tom Bee, and XIT! The first Rock Native American band.

    Thank you Tom!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talina View Post
    I hope he does but I'm not holding my breath for it. IIRC the SAO was supposed to draft up the sanctions motion and submit it to HHJP at the end of the trial.

    Since JA is retiring, who knows if anyone will pick up that ball and run with it.

    They may all just want to move on and put this behind them.

    Personally, I think that would be a shame if that happens. Baez not getting any sanctions for his obvious disrespect for the court systems, court rulings, etc. and then winning the case will only underline to him that sort of behavior is acceptable.

    IMO
    I agree. One thing we all agreed upon was that this case involved a lot of bad behavior from start to finish. One thing I learned in this trial is that this type of behavior is acceptable no matter how atrocious, contemptible or gruesome. While I will not be holding my breath, I would like to unlearn what I've learned
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    I'm hoping someone can refresh my memory. Exactly what did JB do that HHJP decided to wait until after the trial to rule on? Or is there more than one instance delayed until after the trial? I just can't remember what discovery violation was. I watched every single day but somehow since the verdict my brain has just turned to mush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camille View Post
    Because he goes beyond the scope of a defense atty and is unethical, disrespects the court and also the law.
    Exactly! Well said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyhouston View Post
    I'm hoping someone can refresh my memory. Exactly what did JB do that HHJP decided to wait until after the trial to rule on? Or is there more than one instance delayed until after the trial? I just can't remember what discovery violation was. I watched every single day but somehow since the verdict my brain has just turned to mush.
    Perry ruled a "willful" and "substantial" violation had taken place by the defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~n/t~ View Post
    Perry ruled a "willful" and "substantial" violation had taken place by the defense.

    http://www.wesh.com/casey-anthony-ex...42/detail.html
    Ahhh yes. Thank you for the review. Now how could I forget that??? Oh yes, I'm still in shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyhouston View Post
    I'm hoping someone can refresh my memory. Exactly what did JB do that HHJP decided to wait until after the trial to rule on? Or is there more than one instance delayed until after the trial? I just can't remember what discovery violation was. I watched every single day but somehow since the verdict my brain has just turned to mush.
    Trial by ambush. JB tried to bring in evidence that was not presented to the court which was a violation of the court's order.

    One issue that still bothers me is the IRS. JB had control of KC's money from the sale of Caylee's pictures but never paid the taxes on the money for her. He never expected KC to be set free. There is no other excuse for not paying them because she is ultimately responsible. Now that KC is free JB has a big problem, IMO. No wonder he wants to play "let's make a deal" in between his client being found "not guilty" and her sentencing. IRS gives you, what, 30 days to contest it. JB has bigger worries than those "contempt of court" issues hanging over his head. jmo

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    Quote Originally Posted by billysmom View Post
    Ya know, I think the jury REALLY like JB. I liked his style until he started being sleazy and trying his little ambush tactics. I hated how he threw stuff out their to taint the jury cuz he knew they couldn't unring the bell. He used dirty tactics and that jury fell for it as we heard - loud and clear.
    Those tactics just may not work in another courtroom. I don't foresee a stellar career for him in the long run. I'm fully expecting him to do a few days jail time and pay some hefty fines when he gets slapped with contempt charges in a case or two down the road. We shall see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nefriahaia View Post
    Those tactics just may not work in another courtroom. I don't foresee a stellar career for him in the long run. I'm fully expecting him to do a few days jail time and pay some hefty fines when he gets slapped with contempt charges in a case or two down the road. We shall see.
    I agree.Not all jurors are like this jury.There are some very very smart people out there and they will see through JB'S BS and not like it at all.Let him do what he did in this courtroom in other one and other one and see how many of his clients go to jail.Then word will get around that he is no good good!
    Also I like to say about the IRS.He made a lot of money in the last week since the verdict,he probably paid them back,65,000 is going to be small change to him.I don't like it,but the only way we can stop this madness is NOT to buy their books or watch the shows they come on and give the networks ratings!!!!It has to be in the pocket where it hits them all,The Lawyers,GA,CA,the jury and most of all CFCA!!I'm telling you money talks and if they don't have it..they LOSE!!

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