Boston Legal Season 1 Episode 10  » TV  »
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  • The prosecution wanted a mistrial but the judged sustained the trial and allowed them to call their own witness to impeach the backdoor approach on insanity
  • I loathed it but at the same time I loved it


    • by ibizaspain
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      Lori Colson and Brad Chase were defending Susan May, charged for the murder of her husband. The accused caught her husband making love to a business associate and she fired 3 shots to her husband and 3 shots the the paramour. This caused the instantaneous death of both victims. Susan May maintained that she went home and found her husband dead beside the corpse of his paramour. The police questioned her why did she had blood stains in her clothes, she answered that she got those when she went to the bedside of her husband and tried to

      revive him. The prosecution’s case was based on the evidence that there were fresh finger prints in the gun owned by the accused and the latter called the police after an hour. Lori and Brad both did not plead “insanity” as one of their defenses but surprisingly when the prosecution went on cross and the window for scrutiny that insanity was a fallback came obvious. The prosecution wanted a mistrial but the judged sustained the trial and allowed them to call their own witness to impeach the backdoor approach on insanity.

      Alan Shore defended Carmen Flores, she worked in ...


      • housekeeping at Crane, Poole and Schimdt. She wants to get a court order because her husband stole her children and will bring them to Peru. She has the legal custody over them during the holidays. Alan Shore pulled some strings with the help of Denny Crane from Boston Police. But how they persuaded the police was with a mild threat. They wanted the police to arrest the husband of the Peruvian woman.

        On Lori and Brad’s case, I simply liked their style though disingenuous but I would say it was a legal strategy. Obviously, they are left with

        no defense at all. Though their client maintained that she did not do it and there were no metal traces that she fired the gun, nevertheless they can’t answer the sole question the jury will be asking as to who did it. The ploy was within the legal bounds and nonetheless the prosecution opened the door to it.

        On Alan Shore’s compassion to his Peruvian client, the option was unprofessional but reality is Police officials do this as a disregard with what is sometimes essential for a small family. I loathed it but at the same time I loved it.




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