November 25, 2005

Judge shares The Dope's view on Kolb verdict

As John Beydler notes, former judge John Donald O'Shea has written an opinion piece for the Dispatch/Arguse which lays out essentially my view on the issue of the Kolb verdict, though much more eloquently, needless to say.

Though my arguments were irrationally labeled as "fervent support" for the hold-out juror in the case, and it was suggested that I had practically committed the crime myself for holding my view that there was no reason to form a lynch mob just yet, it's nice to see that someone who knows what he's talking about agrees with me on this issue.


At 11/26/2005 8:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone else think that young Jeff Terronez has gotten a pass from the press and everyone else for not putting the football into the endzone?

At 11/26/2005 7:45 PM, Anonymous zipper said...

yep. noticed that.

At 11/26/2005 10:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

you are a Dope if she would of been found guilty the internet thing would of gotten her a retrial you are not supose to read the newspaper, listen to the news and it wouldnt of taken a philadelphia lawyer to figure the internet would be out of question

At 11/27/2005 9:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And somehow the "internet" thing is going to be solved this time too? What the heck do you mean??

Does the County have enough $ to lock up the jury in a hotel?? Doubt it.

We have had big murder trials before this one and they went up or down - never hung jury... This is the first I remember on such a big trial. O'Shea didn't say which trials he remembered but the couldn't have been very sexy because the papers ignored them.

At 11/28/2005 9:04 AM, Blogger maybesomeday said...

Beydler has another column on Teros' past as RI States atty and another case he covered back in the day. Pretty good read!


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