Did Judge Perry make a rather large boo-boo? By Orlanda Florida Criminal Defense Laywer Richard HornsbyPosted by Rose in Casey Anthony, Caylee Anthony, George and Cindy Anthony, High Proflie Trials, Jose Baez, Roy Krunk
First, please don’t shoot the messenger.
Second, I think Judge Perry made a rather large boo-boo…
Third, read Sparkman v. State, 902 So. 2d 253 (Fla. 4th DCA 2005) to see why…
Sparkman and the Tape
First Comes the Tape, Next Comes the Objection
Did Judge Perry Actually Enter an Order on the Issue?
So the question then is whether Judge Perry specifically stated that the parties were to make pretrial objections to statements of Casey Anthony’s that would be introduced, if the objections were to relevancy, hearsay, or some other purely evidentiary issue.
The Ineffectiveness Assistance of Jose Baez, Cheney Mason, Et. Al.
My personal opinion is that Jose Baez is screwing up so bad, that even if this issue alone was not enough to warrant a reversal due to Judge Perry’s generic statement in Paragraph 6, the combination of errors will cause the case to be reversed no matter what Casey Anthony is convicted of (and if she is convicted of course).
Be sure to read the rest of this clear opinion that makes his points and I agree with by Criminal Defense Attorney Richard Hornsby. Mr. Hornsby has a wealth of documents to read on his blog all linked for you as well as Florida Appellate Opinions to support what he feels is happening. I could not walk away without reading them all.
Mr. Hornsby did give Mr. Baez some advice when Mr. Baez asked him for it, and from the email exchange, it appears that Mr. Baez perhaps should have heeded that advice.
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June 3, 2011
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