Friday, 20 November 2020

Do Trump's Lawyers Know What They Are Doing?

quote [ Here’s the problem: the townships and precincts listed in paragraphs 11 and 17 of the affidavit are not in Michigan. They are in Minnesota. Monticello, Albertville, Lake Lillian, Houston, Brownsville, Runeberg, Wolf Lake, Height of Land, Detroit Lakes, Frazee, Kandiyohi–these are all towns in Minnesota. I haven’t checked them all, but I checked a lot of them, and all locations listed in paragraphs 11 and 17 that I looked up are in Minnesota, with no corresponding township in Michigan. ]

For those not watching the "please keep me out of NYS-DOC for the rest of my life" reality show - here's the latest shitshow from the fatberg in charge. $20000 a day - that's what Rudy is getting paid.
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zarathustra said @ 8:14pm GMT on 20th November
This may explain the withdraw of so many Trump lawyers. I would speculate that they presented evidence in good faith on the proffer of the client that they subsequently found to be false. Since they can't present a case knowingly relying on false evidence and they can't withdraw the evidence without implicating the client, the proper thing is to ask the court to dismiss ( but requires the clients consent) or withdraw if you can.

zarathustra said @ 8:15pm GMT on 20th November
This may explain the withdraw of so many Trump lawyers. I would speculate that they presented evidence in good faith on the proffer of the client that they subsequently found to be false. Since they can't present a case knowingly relying on false evidence and they can't withdraw the evidence without implicating the client, the proper thing is to ask the court to dismiss ( but requires the clients consent) or withdraw if you can. (this happened to me once)


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zarathustra said @ 8:14pm GMT on 20th November [Score:3 Insightful]
This may explain the withdraw of so many Trump lawyers. I would speculate that they presented evidence in good faith on the proffer of the client that they subsequently found to be false. Since they can't present a case knowingly relying on false evidence and they can't withdraw the evidence without implicating the client, the proper thing is to ask the court to dismiss ( but requires the clients consent) or withdraw if you can. (this happened to me once)



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