GUILTY TX - Officer Jaime Padron, 40, shot to death, Austin, 6 April 2012 #1

Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by mysteriew, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. TigerBalm

    TigerBalm Pray for all the missing and innocent people whose

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    Alex Boyer ‏@AlexBoyerTV 2m

    "Voluntary intoxication" does not constitute a defense to the commission of a crime. #BrandonDaniel #DanielTrial #JaimePadron #keyetv
     


  2. MissSallyAnnie

    MissSallyAnnie New Member

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    Hi, geevee, I would imagine we'll see his mother during penalty phase, and other mitigating/aggravation info. Should be interesting.
     
  3. MissSallyAnnie

    MissSallyAnnie New Member

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    Now that is upfront and real!
     
  4. MissSallyAnnie

    MissSallyAnnie New Member

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    BD had a lot of interaction with police, dating all the way back to his juvenile days. He enjoyed taunting the police, gave him an adrenaline rush.
     
  5. CUCKOOHEAD

    CUCKOOHEAD New Member

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    No notes when defense atty approaches the jury to close.
     
  6. geevee

    geevee Well-Known Stickie

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    Hiya SallyAnnie :) Although I've been had jury duty many times, I've never seen how the trial is structured and what happens after the guilt phase (or if it was all wrapped into one phase). Thanks for the detail, more tears to come, I'd imagine.
     
  7. Softail

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    I'm Baaack! Thanks for all the great updates! :)


    Ain't that the truth! :gavel:
     
  8. MissSallyAnnie

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    Is BD crying, or trying not to laugh? He's definitely a danger to society.
     
  9. Patchouliluvr

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    I never knew there was interaction between OJP and BD 2 days before, now I see some sort of vendetta but why... SMH
     
  10. MissSallyAnnie

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    This is the first Texas trial I've seen. And also the quickest trial I've ever seen. I'm learning as I go. They definitely do things differently in Texas than Arizona.
     
  11. Softail

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    This defense is ridiculous. It would be like if he killed someone driving drunk. It isn't ok. :maddening:
     
  12. Nymeria

    Nymeria Active Member

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    Are these some weird street brand of Xanax?

    I had some supposed (I STILL do not get it!) panic attack episodes in December, and was prescribed Xanax twice. Neither time were they "bars", just little white or orange round tablets. Wondering wth these bar things could be.
    Also would like to add I have no clue how this guy was getting high off of Xanax, unless his dose was massive. To me they do nothing but very, very slightly take the edge off. I guess everyone reacts differently though.
    OH, and adding the weed to it, if he smoked enough, I guess I can see it whacking you out pretty well.
    Either way, this case looks like a slam dunk, his excuses are not going to cut it.

    (I am just reading through this thread, was going to try to catch up but looks like already in closing so I will watch for verdict...).
     
  13. CUCKOOHEAD

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    Defense atty says' he doesn't even know how many people tackled him'.'he says two and then he says three'.

    Mr Attorney in the tape BD corrects himself that one of the three is the officer who was laying there with blood all over his face and the other two held him down.
     
  14. popsicle

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    Did he watch the same statement we did? :lol:
     
  15. MissSallyAnnie

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    Although everyone's tolerance is different, I'll admit I take a tiny xanax to sleep, have for years. Let me stress it is prescribed! No telling what the street xanax has in it, probably laced with something else.
     
  16. CUCKOOHEAD

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    Def atty 'he isn't even sure about who tackled him'

    Well if I am tackled from behind chances are I can't see them since they are behind me and tackling me to the ground.
     
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    atthelake Former Member

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    So, is suicide by cop excusable Mr. Defense atty??? Is that what you are RIGHT NOW pointing out!!!

    Thanks for pointing out to me that SBC perhaps was his motive alllllllllll along!

    :doh:
     
  18. CUCKOOHEAD

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    Does the defendant make eye contact with anyone at the court?
     
  19. Patchouliluvr

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    Its real Xanax but not dispensed in the states in bar form. Use to be easy to order on internet out of US, not so much now. Cross the Mexico border is where a lot comes from.
     
  20. CUCKOOHEAD

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    I'd say this defendant is char broiled.
     

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