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Trump and The Snake: "You Knew Who I Was...."

This story is one told by criminal defense lawyers to juries during opening argument when a snitch is going to testify. In our version, the story is not about a female, but a Rocky Mountain former, who lets in a snake to protect it from the cold.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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NEWARK — In opening arguments in the criminal trial of the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal, federal prosecutors said Monday morning that David Wildstein would testify that he told Gov. Chris Christie about the scheme t...

3,800 Acres of Public Land Opened to Utah Hunters, Others

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The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation worked with the U.S. Forest Service to purchase a 10-acre tract that permanently protects access to 3,800 acres. This post 3,800 Acres of Public Land Opened to Utah Hunters, Others appeared first on...

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Zimmerman Lawyer Opens Trayvon Murder Trial With 'Knock-Knock' Joke

US Politics / Liberal : Crooks and Liars

Click here to view this media Attorney George West began his defense of George Zimmerman on Monday by telling the jury a "knock-knock" joke. During his opening statement, West told the jury that the death of Trayvon Martin was a "sa...

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US Politics / Liberal : The Mahablog

A criminal defense lawyer in Wisconsin wrote to TPM: I was astounded that the defense would put on a “self-defense” argument without the defendant testifying. In most civilized jurisdictions, the burden is on the defense to prove, a...

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