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    Quote Originally Posted by legallee View Post
    I had to chuckle on this one. Most criminal attorneys aren't wealthy at all. They have to be high profile to really make any $$$.

    Corporate Law, Personal Injury and Divorce! That's where the $$$$ is

    You are right about this dream team, they are already profiting off of this (Free advertisement)
    Yes, you're right, but they only need one big case to become high profile. Cases like this can generate enough money for somebody to retire at the age of 30! That's what criminal lawyers look for - the case that can make 'em but not break 'em. That's why there's so many stupid ambulance chasers out there! Corporate Law can stink unless you have huge prominant a/c's. When Bush signed off on the limitations of medical lawsuits, it hurt how much Personal Injury lawyers can make, and therefore they don't stand to make as much anymore. Divorce is the place to be in today's economy - that's for sure! Thanks for the bantar - you really made me think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by curious_mom View Post
    From your link:

    Is it possible that the Fl taxpayers are paying for all these high profile people? Even the poorest of the poor are entitled to a defense team. Has JB found a way to use the State to pay for all of this?

    Also, each one of these high profile people have their own history of problems, with references to earlier cases. Can the prosecution use this against them at Casey's trial, to show they are all about smoke & mirrors
    answers: 1- bingo! 2- won't really have much of an impact, if he's even brought to the stand in the first place (they only need his leg work & expertise...somebody else can sign off for all we know)


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    Are you kidding me? Ya know what's crazy? She already has grounds for an appeal and the trial hasn't even begun. It's unethical for JB to be hugging her everytime he sees her. Hmmm, maybe they're passing notes or something...like notes between family members...like none of us have already thought about that. These people make me sick, truly sick.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlestonGal View Post
    I have no doubt Casey Anthony will be convicted of the murder of Caylee Anthony. No doubt at all. It doesn't matter what kind of smoke the defense tries to generate, the jury will not be able to get past the 31 days of partying, sex, cooking for boys, cleaning out her best friend's checking account, like nothing happened. Not to mention refusing to do one single thing to help police find her child. Fair or not, that's what it will all come down to. Picking apart every little detail of the forensics will do nothing but bore the jury to tears after hearing all those details listed above.

    Remember Darlie? She's on death row. The jury foreman said they watched the silly string tape 7 or 8 times, and just couldn't fathom how a mother could be partying and laughing and playing with silly string at her son's grave 8 days after the murder. Casey was shaking it for all the world to see 4 days after Caylee was killed - not to mention strolling through Blockbuster with her latest man on the very day.

    There is no defense for this girl - none.
    With all due respect, they had OJ's blood in Nicole's yard and Nicole's blood mixed with OJ's blood on his Bronco's steering wheel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by radio View Post
    Yes we will be spared the Dancing Ito's!!! TG!
    *respectfully snipped*

    Ha Ha Ha!!!
    [instead of the Dancing Itos we have Baez & the scheme team dancing as fast as they can LOL]



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey Girl View Post
    Are you kidding me? Ya know what's crazy? She already has grounds for an appeal and the trial hasn't even begun. It's unethical for JB to be hugging her everytime he sees her. Hmmm, maybe they're passing notes or something...like notes between family members...like none of us have already thought about that. These people make me sick, truly sick.
    Yes, that has already been nailed down hasn't it!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by radio View Post
    Yes, that has already been nailed down hasn't it!!!
    radio, it makes me cry as I sit here typing & shaking b/c I'm so upset that a beautiful innocent baby's memory is being desecrated by these xxxx
    Last edited by JBean; 02-03-2009 at 12:52 PM. Reason: removed term


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey Girl View Post
    With all due respect, they had OJ's blood in Nicole's yard and Nicole's blood mixed with OJ's blood on his Bronco's steering wheel.
    That's exactly my point. Often, the "evidence" is not what the jury bases their opinions on and, rightly or wrongly, juries tend to vote based upon how they feel about the defendant.

    Many women have been convicted of murder simply because they didn't "act right" after the murder.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey Girl View Post
    radio, it makes me cry as I sit here typing & shaking b/c I'm so upset that a beautiful innocent baby's memory is being desecrated by these a$$holes!
    Well, good ole Wendy Murphy was on a radio program recently and her theory of what happened to Caylee is shocking and very very painful. Nothing new I guess to sleuthers, but if anything even close were to be ahead for this case.... it isn't going to be pretty.

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station...-Diane-Dimond-


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    Quote Originally Posted by Law_girl41 View Post
    This only furthers my suspicians that theres "someone" funding these well known names. Casey has no money!! then again.......was it actually $ -or- BS that got OJ off ?

    I seriously doubt they're being paid by the Anthony's, or maybe anyone. The advertisement/media attention they're getting is worth a fortune. It's the kind of career advancement that can't be bought, so working for "free" is a loose term, IMO.

    It will backfire. Doing things for all the wrong reasons always does. Casey will be convicted, and all these careers will burn, just like Geregos' who is STILL a laughing stock. Again, my humble opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theonly1 View Post
    Here's a link of an older article with his picture:

    http://archive.southcoasttoday.com/d...7/a02wn012.htm
    Interesting, McKenna's strategy:
    <<Up front, Mr. McKenna gets the official story -- what his client has been charged with, all the details authorities have collected. Then he looks for contradictions.
    "Usually, when you start out, it looks really bad," he explains. "Then the more you find out, the picture starts changing."
    And the best way to change the picture is to find an alibi. >>


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissJames View Post
    I remember how quiet and somber JB became after Caylee's remains were discovered. IMO his entire plan hinged on LE never finding the body. Now he's trying to come up with plan B,C,D and E.
    He's desperate. And Judge Strickland is no Judge Ito,TG!
    How sure are we that the Hon. Stan Strickland will remain the judge in this case?


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    So....this guy was on the OJ team. Big whoop!
    IMO


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elphaba View Post
    I want to know what mysterious entity is behind the defense getting all of these high-profile names involved on this case, and what their agenda was/is. This is one of the most bizarre cases of defense power build-up I have ever seen... (in regards of not involving someone famous or high-profile)
    Yes indeed. Who is paying for all these high-profile peeps?


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    Yes this whole thing to me really makes me wonder where the money is coming from, and what deals were made.. the main fear I have is that they covered their tracks to well for it to be proved. (Im hoping they haven't, but time will tell)... There are just way to many high priced famous (or should that be infamous) people involved for there to be no money.


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    on a side note Jersey Girl in response to this (respectfully snipped of course:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey Girl View Post
    Divorce is the place to be in today's economy - that's for sure! Thanks for the bantar - you really made me think.
    The divorce lawyers i know..(and one of my friends is one) are having a really hard time in this economy as alot of people cant afford to get divorced. My friend had to refund money to some who decided to just live together and not divorce because they cant afford the fees.. the splitting of the houses and the property at this time..

    He is a very good long standing divorce lawyer and at times is having a hard time making payroll.


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