Will by attorney be able to let the jury know about the time change after presenting the first time on the arrest warrant. When the police found the clubs in my place of business, they search my house also. None of the stolen clubs were hidden. All out in the open. I would not recognize the clubs that were sold to me from where I worked. We had over 500 sets in the storage room. Also I had the video cameras installed when I was employed there and would never be able to get around that. I new exactly
the location in the storage room and would be crazy to break in.
My wife will be very believable in her testimony. Should I talk with my attorney and have me take the stand during trial?
I have no prior history legal issues. Just speeding tickets. The video of the crime looks like someone taller and slimmer. My wife also has seen the video along with a 12 year fellow employee and both do not recognize the person. I am confident a jury will not think it is me.
With no priors will that help my case?
I have a well known attorney in my town that has volunteered to be a character witness. He contacted my attorney on his own. How many character witness would you advise for my case. The person is also a member of the club that I worked and where the clubs were stolen.
Also they still have my desk top computer and lap top. They have had for three months. I know there is nothing that will haunt me. My attorney has requested they be returned. Do you think I have much of a chance to get them back soon?
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