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  • JB has done a GOOD job of representing CA

    16 5.39%
  • JB has done a POOR job of representing CA

    240 80.81%
  • I'm not sure

    41 13.80%

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    Is JB qualified to represent someone accused of murder?

    Regardless of actual guilt, everyone whom is accused of a crime deserves qualified legal representation. So my question is . Regardless of if CA actually murdered Caylee has she been properly represented by a competent attorney?

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    hahahahahahahahahah that sums it up for me.

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    I would imagine most qualified attorneys would cringe at the thought of doing expose's on their clients. Especially during the information gathering part of an investigation and prior to the trial. He doesn't seem to do anything correctly. I feel he's inept beyond words.

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    His smokescreen "the-police-bungled-the-investigation"approach is not going to fly.

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    It certainly seems like he is out of his depth, but I hear he gives great hugs.

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    I find it very interesting that given both the Polls involving the legal representation of both the GP's and CA:

    None of the parties (GP or CA) has a good public image yet there is a very positive response involving Mr. Conway and the opposite for JB.

    So can public opinion be driven by less spin and more frankness and if this is the case has he really harmed her case?

    Thoughts?

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    I feel sorry for his wife! Imagine what she is going through!!!

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    I cant imagine having to deal with the prisoner !

    He seems to be off on timing and needs more experience filing motions
    but I dont think he is inept - just doesnt have much to work with and
    not much felony experience

    LE and Foresnics screwed up is the only defense available and in my
    mind an indication that the client is guilty as sin .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaedchenX View Post
    It certainly seems like he is out of his depth, but I hear he gives great hugs.
    Definately out of his depth. (which makes me very glad that he was chosen to represent Casey.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOMto5 View Post




    Definately out of his depth. (which makes me very glad that he was chosen to represent Casey.)
    My sentiments exactly

    It is even more gratifying to observe that KC seems to have kept JB as council in spite, or perhaps to spite, the better judgement of her family members.


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    JB is a horrible attorney...which, in this case, makes him the perfect attorney.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOMto5 View Post




    Definately out of his depth. (which makes me very glad that he was chosen to represent Casey.)
    casey hired him off the word of another person in her waiting cell.
    she initally told him she had 4 grand set aside for her defense. I think the number kept getting lower from there.
    i don't think there was any money but maybe there was some she stashed away. ya know, by "borrowing" from "friends. uh...victims.

    strange how anyone and everyone involved likes koolaid j/k...kindof.
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    I am actually a little confused. I truly believe in our judicial system where everyone deserves a competent attorney. However, how does a defense attorney properly represent someone whom may have committed a horrible crime? Should they attempt to get their client off scott-free even if they know they are guilty? If they don't ... are they really representing their client to the best of their ability? Or do they avoid the truth and in asking certain questions?

    I'm glad that I am not a defense attorney.

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    He is in way over his head for the charges. IMO. He should just go to the office and do his job, not seek media attention. It is his job to try to defend his client. I just do not know how anyone could defend her apparent actions. I would strongly suggest she throw herself at the mercy of the court, with what we know. But then again, he says we do not know the story. It would thrill me to no end to find out there is a logical reason for all of this, and that a mother did not do what was done to this child. That some illegal group of people did. But my glasses are clear, not rose colored.

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    a strategically shaved chimp could be more convincing at this point.

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