En Blanc Hearing

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    Karinna Active Member

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    Thanks for posting up the info. BCA. Wonder how long it will take for them to make their decision after that?
     
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    IDK~~it took several months before the 3 circuit judges made their decision, so I don't see it happening very quickly.
     
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    (Psst....It's "En Banc") :gavel:
     
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    Yeah i did read elsewhere where it took about 4 mnths. for someone else's en banc, but it is all a waiting game for sure.
     
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    :shame:

    Thanks for the correction.
     
  8. krkrjx

    krkrjx Hello Darkness, my old friend...

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    I hope they speed things up after the hearing. Brendan needs to be home by Christmas.

    I feel a sense of deja vu...makes me wonder if I posted that around this time last year.
     
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    Christmas is only around 3 mnths. away. I wonder if the en banc hearing in Brendan's favor if they will then finally release him from prison? I hope so.
     
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    It's only about 8 days before the en banc hearing. Does anyone know if we will be able to listen to it like the previous one?
     
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    Karinna, I don't think we get to listen to it live, but the audio is released right after. I will keep my eye out out though, and if I find that it's live I will post a link. From what I have read recently, I think both sides have been given 30 minutes to argue/answer questions.
     
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    Thanks for your reply missy. It will be interesting to listen to and see how the state spins it this time.
     
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    [FONT=&amp]BRENDAN DASSEY CASE LIKELY BOUND FOR SUPREME COURT[/FONT]

    “I think the [FONT=&amp]tipped its hand to where this is going,” Leonard said. “They are going to ask attorneys questions [that are] less about the facts of the case, and more about the legal arguments behind the appellate process and why they’re there.”
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    Brendan Dassey faces crucial hearing Tuesday before federal appeals court
    Regardless of which way the Seventh Circuit rules, an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is virtually certain, said Raymond Dall’Osto, a Milwaukee attorney with a specialty in criminal defense.

    But he said it would be unusual for the nation’s highest court to take the Dassey case.

    “Those (petitions for review) are rarely granted,” he said.

    Dall’Osto said he is hoping that Dassey will prevail before the Seventh Circuit.

    “If (the judges) follow the law as applied in this case … the conventional wisdom would be affirmation,” he said.
    http://www.postcrescent.com/story/n...esday-before-federal-appeals-court/676870001/
     
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    For those who may not know, today is the day the full 7th Circuit hears Brendan Dassey's case.
     
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    When oral arguments are available to listen too, I believe it can be found here:

    http://media.ca7.uscourts.gov/oralArguments/oar.jsp

    The year is : 16
    the number is: 3397

    There is someone on reddit that is there and giving updates, as of about 20 minutes ago, he said that 1 judge had dropped out, leaving only 7 judges now (there was 8, and Brendan would have needed 4 to rule in his favour, with 7, 4 would still be the majority). They were also moving to a larger room, lots of spectators there to listen, all major players were already in the courtroom.
     
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    Thanks for posting up the info. missy. Wow, minus another judge. Good to see such a show of support for Brendan i hope. Prayers going up for Brendan and his brilliant legal team today that Justice prevails.
     
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    I'm not sure the 7 judge thing is confirmed, but only 7 had signed in, and JButing tweeted 7 will hear it... we might not have confirmation of that until the end because as far as I know, no electronics allowed in the court room, twitter has gone dead silent, anyone that is there can't tweet/report until it's over.

    It should have started about 15 minutes ago, and they were allowing 30 minutes for each side, so should be done in 45 minutes, but I won't be surprised if it's about an hour or so from now before we hear from anyone in that was there. (they gave extra time the last time)
     
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    Thanks for the clarification missy.
     
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    reporter tweeting...

    https://twitter.com/myrasanchick

    Myra Sanchick‏Verified account @myrasanchick 8m8 minutes ago

    Judges questioning Wi Deputy Solicitor General Luke Berg about Dassey's low IQ , and possible coercion of confession

    Myra Sanchick‏Verified account @myrasanchick 7m7 minutes ago

    Berg maintains Dassey provided details only the murderer would know. Detectives read his rights and said he could leave

    Myra Sanchick‏Verified account @myrasanchick 3m3 minutes ago

    One justice just told Berg the investigators"made her skin crawl" ...so dishonest.​


    Wow at the last tweet! That must have been from one of the original judges that heard the case and ruled in BD's favor? I hope not, but I'm guessing it is lol
     
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    missy1974 Well-Known Member

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    and more tweets...

    https://twitter.com/Angenette5
    Angenette Levy‏Verified account @Angenette5 2m2 minutes ago
    More
    Judge Wood: the investigators made my skin crawl in #Dassey's statement #MakingaMurderer

    https://twitter.com/myrasanchick
    Myra Sanchick‏Verified account @myrasanchick 2m2 minutes ago

    Judicial panel now grills Dassey Atty Laura Nirider. One justice tells her no promise by detectives for confession made
     

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