2015.10.15 CWW Booked into Lee County Jail

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  1. Bobbywoo

    Bobbywoo Well-Known Member

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    IMO sometimes LE makes the arrests and has the attorneys sort it out later. But this case and murder cases in general you would think they have all their ducks in a row before making an arrest. I hope they have more than the Walmart tape to go on because I have yet to see one that has a sharp, clear picture. Now I'm getring nervous. ..
     


  2. Deluy

    Deluy New Member

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    The Sheriff has boasted for months that LE had mountains of evidence in this case and yet he has been forced to request an extension in the amount of time he has to bring charges against CWW. I certainly hope LE isn't finding their mountain of evidence is turning out to be a mole hill. At this point, it seems that if CWW doesn't talk there may be no further arrests.
     
  3. Webjunkie

    Webjunkie Active Member

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    I feel they just don't have enough hard evidence. They've probably been waiting for someone/anyone to talk, and that hasn't happened. I think the most efficient way to learn the truth would be to set all 3 of them in a room together and just see what happened.
     
  4. Mountaingazer

    Mountaingazer Well-Known Member

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    My guess is that it has more to do with the continuing investigation and that information that would be revealed in the charging documents might jeopardize that investigation in some way. My guess is it might show some of their cards to people in that envelope of suspicion. I do think charges will be coming soon and the next week or two will be full of new information.
     
  5. observation

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    Maybe the prosecutors are strategically delaying CWW's discovery of evidence about him. Since we do not know what is contained in the documents, it's a possibility. And he has not been in FL very long even though it feels like he has since August. Make them wait.


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  6. NSS

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    They had enough evidence for extradition. His last lawyer was fighting extradition because 'he wasn't in Florida'. CWW didn't show it then, and won't show it now - because it probably doesn't exist.

    Not worried at all.
     
  7. SeesSeas

    SeesSeas FLORIDIAN

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    ^^^ :bump:
    In no event shall any defendants remain in custody beyond 40 days unless they have been formally charged with a crime.

    CWW has been in Florida long enough to benefit from state legal deadlines.
    Nobody can be jailed in Florida for an indefinite period of time without being formally charged with a crime by the state.
     
  8. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    It is not a statute but a Rule of Criminal Procedure. Florida Rule of Crim. Proc. 3.134 defines the time for filing formal charges and states clearly that in no event shall a defendant be held longer than 40 days unless formal charges have been filed.
     
  9. observation

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    Thanks for the links.....hope he does not slip away like he did in July after being held for only 12 hours. I guess we just have to wait it out.


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  10. Bobbywoo

    Bobbywoo Well-Known Member

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    Ha! That would cut right to the chase! If only! I would buy tickets to that one!
     
  11. Bobbywoo

    Bobbywoo Well-Known Member

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    I never knew this. 40 days is a long time if you are innocent (not using CWW as an example, just in general). I'm a bit surprised at this.
     
  12. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Getting Arrested in Florida: What to expect within the first forty days

    http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ug...a--what-to-expect-within-the-first-forty-days

    A person in jail must be charged by Indictment or Information within 21 days of their arrest and if they are not and they are in custody, then a person is entitled to an Adversarial Probable Cause Hearing. This hearing is not optional if you demand it, even if the government files on day 22 the required documentation
     
  13. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Your attorney, however, should be aware that you are still in jail and not charged. Ideally, your attorney should file a motion to have you released and this motion should be filed on the thirtieth day if you have not been formally charged with a crime. The court will hold a hearing on the 33rd day and determine whether or not a charging document is in the court file.
     
  14. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    So my question is why has he not been formally charged?
     
  15. observation

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    I really hope there will be some answers on Monday. But that's the 1,000,000$ question.


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  16. noel leon

    noel leon Well-Known Member

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    Grand jury must not be done.......
     
  17. Bobbywoo

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    The significance of the timing of TS's family's interview and CWW's formal charging, or lack of? I wonder if they got the ok from SMS to do the interview or if they simply decided it was time to talk and get the case moving?
     
  18. fancyfree

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    I think TS' family did the interview with the objective of lighting a fire under Florida LE to get the legal process moving. I think her family wants justice for her murderers and is beginning to ask "What is taking so long?" They are tired for waiting for answers and I don't blame them!
     
  19. Eileen730

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    Lets just ask this question?

    What If CWW was not there?

    I'm not so sure they have him on CCvideo from Walmart or anywhere else.

    Did MS pay JR? Not CWW.

    I cant see Cww saying he was not there while LE says he was. (unless he WAS NOT THERE)
    how can u dispute video evidence? Unless there is no evidence.
     
  20. Eileen730

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    Maybe lack of evidence?
     

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