trial day 34: the defense continues its case in chief #97

Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by nursebeeme, Jan 9, 2013.

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  1. garthmax

    garthmax New Member

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    Oh what just happened? I was busy doing something else.
     
  2. christee

    christee Yup, I'm listening

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    bbm #1
    I'm afraid I totally disagree with this! She soooooo planned his murder. She drove to his home, she pursued him.

    bbm#2
    This I agree with except it happened long before June 4th 2008.
     
  3. scorpio24

    scorpio24 My Tweets are real & they're SPECTACULAR!

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    Wouldn't the follow up questions be DIFFERENT if she had responded that the attack was by a non-stranger? :please:
     
  4. gcharlie

    gcharlie Well-Known Member

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    JW still has the good doc on the stand, working hard on this PTSD diagnosis. DT must feel this is a lynchpin in their case.

    Can't believe he is still on the stand 4 days later...
     
  5. Goldie

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    AAAAAAAPPPRRRRROOOOUUUUCCCCHHHH:banghead:
     
  6. leebee52

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    If I were the judge, I might have to have vodka in that water bottle.
     
  7. SunDawnn

    SunDawnn Former Member

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    Dr Samuels is helping the Prosecution more than the Defense. Martinez is pretty well carving him up and serving him to the jury. He is ill qualified to be the expert in a death case let alone being a capable and scrupulous doctor in his field period.
     
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    Re "legal laws": This is perfect for Willmott. Her website says she "dedicates her entire practice to defending those charged with crimes and DUIs." Apparently that means the types of DUIs that aren't crimes.
     
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    I know the DT is pretty bad, but I had a friend who was a prosecutor in Baltimore. She said as guilty as some folks were, she could not stand by and let their God-awful court appointed attorneys NOT do as much as they could to defend them. She had to give them pointers a few times, but she believed it was the defendants right to a fair trial and she made sure they got one. I think the judge and possibly JM are feeling a smidge sorry for the DT and the fact that they have an awful client and awful witnesses. jmo
     
  10. ExigentPlan

    ExigentPlan Opinionated A**hole

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    Yes, I know it was a sleigh bed. That's why she had to use such long pieces of rope as she described. She even described how the rope went all the way around the headboard. But that is also why, I believe, she wasn't able to secure him very well and he was able to slip out of the rope. For some reason I don't believe she was ever a good boy scout and learned how to tie knots very well.
     
  11. rose222

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    I may be wrong but I thought I heard the Judge just whisper about tomorrow's schedule being 10 a.m. I'm probably wrong. Must be my imagination with all the fog and all.
     
  12. Rosemary Pierce

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    Burglary? I thought she was charges with First Degree Murder and if found guilty she is looking at the DP.
     
  13. Soliloquy

    Soliloquy Well-Known Member

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    I could have sworn that the good 'doctor' testified yesterday while under cross by Juan that he didn't interview any of her family as part of his evaluation. Is he attending social functions with the family in order to suddenly find these things out??
     
  14. JayB12

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    Is the judge drinking margaritas in that bottle? She shook it up and had that bitter taste look.
     
  15. Chester_from_THM

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    Right on cue, here is Ms. Mit-Spec to get her max TV time.

    At least her boobs are not hanging out today.

    She probably said "Why didn't you tell ME about being held at knife point when you were 13!?! That is a good mitigating factor to have in our bag of tricks."
     
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    The whole idea of us looking at test answers transcribed by the good doctor onto yellow notebook paper sets off my hinky meter , he could be giving us anyones answers Id never know the difference.
     
  17. Kajaa24

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    yes he specifically said: " i did not! talk to her family as i found it not to be necessary ."
     
  18. Love Never Fails

    Love Never Fails Well-Known Member

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    One thing is certain and hope defense team is reading....

    If I lived in Arizona, I would NEVER hire Wilmott or Nurmi should I need a lawyer. They are just like their client. Need I say more? Thik of the most hated lawyer in America. You get my meaning.
     
  19. PrincessSezMe

    PrincessSezMe Rest in Peace

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    I hope Wilmott is getting a proper spanking from the judge. She should be held in contempt for the way she disrespects her. I thought Nurmi was petulant. He's got nothing on Wilmott.
     
  20. ZsaZsa

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    I had a lot of complaints about Judge Perry during the CA trial but I have to give him this much- there's no way he would have let the DT write a blank check from the State to keep this farce going for so long...
     
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