The Preponderance of Evidence

It’s not the size of the gun…

I’m sorry to keep on whinging about this, but if you are a defense attorney and the prosecuting attorney has 30 witnesses to back up the claim (whether it is civil or criminal), you are going to be plea bargaining like a hooker at church during Easter and/or throwing yourself on the mercy of the court.

This would be a slam-dunk.

Bring-it. I double-dog dare you, Roy Moore. You think that they are lying, then bring the lawsuit.

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5 Responses to The Preponderance of Evidence

  1. MDavis says:

    Does that list of 30 people include the mall cops who had to keep him out of there, or whoever reported the incidents that led to that action? If not, I’d add them.
    Moore also (as a judge, no less) knowingly violated federal law, but I don’t think the AL natives who support him count that as a negative.


  2. Redhand says:

    A caution: “Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.”
    We won’t see how insane Alabama is till this Tuesday, but we already know it’s pretty insane.


  3. Osirisopto says:

    I’ll never forget the Rummy statement “absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.”

    That and this proves arguing with the R’s is a waste of energy.

    They’ve been brainwashed for the past thirty years. You can’t fight that.

    So I’m sure the DLC will run H.Clinton again in 2020. No one else is as reviled in the majority of voting states than she is.


  4. Bruce388 says:

    If I’m a defense attorney looking at 30 witnesses, along with a client as batshit crazy as Roy Moore, I’m thinking about the billable hours.


  5. Feline Mama says:

    Come on moore, Man Up, already. Bring lawsuits or take a polygraph. See you even got choices.

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