Well, I suppose he is at least serving a useful purpose by providing law schools the world over with a perfect example of why it is not a good idea to represent oneself AND why it is often best to advise defendant clients not to give evidence.
“Fellows put his foot in his mouth not once but twice by admitting he committed two additional felonies”
He’s not only proud of that, he’s smug about it too…
You love to see it. I just hope they actually charge him with the crimes he admitted to on the stand, otherwise what’s the point?
I think you mean…
And the fact that he doesn’t recognize that damns him even further…
Well, he may want to be there - he seems pretty confused about the point of it, after all.
“Bad idea” to represent himself? Bad ideas are apparently his brand.
Et tu, Cornelius?!
Plus he smoked it, and still isn’t sure it was weed?
I think his overall pattern of moronic behavior is what makes him look stupid, not the weed.
Well, at least the death of expertise is biting this one doofus in the rear. He knows better than all those high-falutin’ lawyers!
For the love of god, put this bastard in prison before he has a chance to reproduce. Just having him for a father would be child abuse.
To be fair, he didn’t confess to the weed-smoking during the trial. He did that as part of a local news interview that aired on television. Y’know, the most confidential place in the world.
Don’t care as long as they actually die.
Raise the average IQ a bit, and keep the rest of us from dealing with the consequences of their (continued) stupid actions.
“Eh, you know how it is. I was already pretty high on speed at the time, so …”
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