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How about the officer testifying he could not contact her for several months?
July 24th to Sept 25th is two months not several and he talked to her twice but wouldn't say why he wanted to talk to her. and in deps he also states she told him she would not meet with him without an attorney present. And in arrest warrant he states he found receipt for lye also, now it is just the pills receipt he found, and even that we have talked to the store and the owner says the officer asked him to print him a receipt. Which is the electronic journal receipt that a customer wouldn't get, but is the one he enters as evidence that he found. Or does all this also have to be brought out in trial?
Seems like having to wait to find all this out at trial your taking quite a risk that if it doesn't your found guilty then kicking yourself for waiting till trial. kinda like your screwed either way and taking quite a chance that the jury understands all this. Or is it like this knowing most people won't take this chance therefore making it hard to ever get officers or attorneys in trouble or to protect them?
Would I be correct in assuming it is no longer innocent until proven guilty, but rather guilty until proven your innocent?
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