Sunday, February 24, 2008

New Lows in Lawyering

New lows in lawyering were hit yesterday courtesy of Joel Brodsky, attorney for former police officer and murder suspect Drew Peterson.

Brodsky stated yesterday that the ruling of Peterson's third wife as a homicide was possibly released by the prosecution as a tactic against his client. Not only is that an outrageous accusation, but the implication is that Brodsky fears that his client may be tricked into making a confession.

Hey Brodsky, FYI, being tricked into a confession is hard to do when you're not really guilty...I guess I understand your concern.

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