Supreme Court Says Prosecutor Went Too Far In Criticizing Defense Strategy

The state's highest court has overturned the conviction of a Bethel man who was sentenced in 2010 to six years behind bars for allegedly molesting an 8-year-old girl.

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  • EXTREMELY Concerned Citizen

    Re my previous statement, I SHOULD HAVE reviewed it before posting it! :/

  • EXTREMELY Concerned Citizen

    I PERSONALLY KNOW of a defendant who Sharmese Hodge ALSO SLANDERED IN COURT (but in this case, it was during a pretrial hearing)...and just like the defense attorney listed above, the "Public PRETENDER" said NOTHING!!!!!

    DESPITE THE MANY INjustices happening to this particular defendant, NO ONE EVER ACKNOWLEDGES BEING ABLE TO HELP, AND SO NOTHING HAS EVER BEEN DONE (this system is MOST DEFINITELY SET UP TO ONLY SERVE "JUSTICE" TO THOSE WHO CAN AFFORD TO BUY IT)!!!!! >:P IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Noah Webster

    Strong affirmation of the PRINCIPLE

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