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    In watching this trial I was reminded of Martha Stewart a clear case of the law using their power to railroad her. She was asked by the feds did you sell that stock? She said NO. really what the deal was is her broker had put a sell order on that stock which means if the stock dropped to what ever number they set for the sell order it would automatically sell. She had no idea at the time she answered the question whether or not the stock had been sold. What she should have done is said "call my lawyer". I was instructed by my lawyer friend that I worked for for over 20 years to never answer questions from the feds. The fact she said no got her in trouble even though to her knowledge at that moment she didnt have a clue what was going on with that particular stock so she said No.

    let that be a warning when they come to your door say Call My lawyer. I dont care what they ask other than your name just answer call my lwyer not yes or no to any question.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzychick View Post
    the question was did it make a difference in which name she put?
    I think the issue was that she interfered, and lied (Gabriel has a father). Period. She had no right to write anything on those papers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzychick View Post
    the question was did it make a difference in which name she put?
    I think the fact she put her relative's name and wrote on the paperwork in more than one place, like for instance, I, Elizabeth Johnson, incriminated her. Did she fill that in? That would be forgery, in my opinion. If John Doe had been written only and she had not written EJ's name on the form (maybe?) she would not have been charged. jmo


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    fyi....pros making closing statement
    As for presumption of innocence until proven guilty….
    Since I am not a member of a jury and this is only a discussion board I do not have to abide by the rules of the court in order to express an opinion. If we were to assume that all defendants on this board were innocent, then there really wouldn't be much to discuss.


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    omg. the pic of tammi marked as "defendant" is hilarious


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishbone View Post
    fyi....pros making closing statement
    why is that state going 1st? usually they are 1st at the onset and last at the end? I dont get that, you want to be last so the defense is getting to go last thats weird


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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzychick View Post
    why is that state going 1st? usually they are 1st at the onset and last at the end? I dont get that, you want to be last so the defense is getting to go last thats weird
    In most states, the prosecution goes first, then the defense, then the prosecution has a chance to rebut. In the states where this happens, it is considered that the state has the heavier burden of proof.
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    Tammi looks like she's sitting on a bbq.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzychick View Post
    why is that state going 1st? usually they are 1st at the onset and last at the end? I dont get that, you want to be last so the defense is getting to go last thats weird
    They already said pros goes first, then def, then rebuttal by pros.


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    Whoa! I missed the fact yesterday that the original temp. custody papers had room for both parents to sign, but the ones Tmmi made for EJ, had no space for the father's signature!
    The greatest trespasser on justice still wishes it done to him.

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    Oh wow, I missed the fact that Tammi redid that document, and only put the line on there for the mothers signature, NOT the fathers signature.

    The prosecution is doing a great job!!


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    Tammi looks like she is about to explode......lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by artsy1 View Post
    Tammi looks like she's sitting on a bbq.

    lol.....
    She really is turning all red on her face and chest.


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    What are the odds she'll look happier when the defense presents their closing?
    The greatest trespasser on justice still wishes it done to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artsy1 View Post
    Hmm, wonder if defense attys finally told the defendent to "cover up"?
    I believe that's called shutting the door after the horses are out of barn.
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