A. Mr. Prosecutor , I believe I can remember perfectly well that I told Mr.
Wartenberg at the time that the things which he had put into the affidavit only
constituted a small fraction , but I believe , I am certain I told him that it was the
army which ...
Category: Nuremberg War Crime Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, 1946-1949
I had to fire my Deputy Prosecutor, Rusty Cain, soon after my investigation began
. Because of his relationship to Billie he was initially a suspect, so I told him to
keep out of the case. I got a call from the State Crime Lab saying Rusty had
Author: Terry Jones Esq.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Mr. Prosecutor By: Terry Jones Esq. 25 Years Fighting Crime in the South: A Memoir: Former Prosecuting Attorney in the 4th Judicial District of Arkansas Terry Jones Esq. For more than 20 years, Terry Jones began each trial with this opening statement: “Good morning, my name is Terry Jones. I am the Prosecuting Attorney for the 4th Judicial District and in that capacity I represent people of the State of Arkansas.” His memoir is a frank and entertaining insider’s look at the American justice system. From the sensational Billie Jean Phillips murder trial, to religious con men, to brutal assault charges, “The cases described here are authentic, although some of the names have been changed to protect the innocent, or the stupid, or because I could not remember who the hell they were.”
The Lowther , Mr. A. M. Sullivan , Mr. Spencer Walpole , and prosecutor ,
however , alleged that a bargain had been made , Mr. Whitbread . A lengthy
discussion took place on the and if that were so , the prisoner was wrong in not
Author: United States. Congress. HousePublish On: 1947
Mr. HOFFMAN . You will agree with me if a lawyer and prosecuting attorney can
be present to observe he can do a better job of prosecuting the violators ?
Captain BABCOCK . Their advice is invaluable ; the only thing that I am kicking
The PUBLIC PROSECUTOR , who wore his new gown for the first time , and was
feebly cheered on his arrival ... Are we to understand , Mr. Prosecutor , the
plaintiff to assert that there ever was a time when his position did not excite a ...
We and us being deflective pronouns since he was alone at the prosecutor's
table. “If you give me a moment, I can have one of the officers run down to my
office and get it for me.” “Which officers would that be, Mr. Prosecutor? I don't see
Author: Mark Bergin
Kelly was a pro until his niece was murdered right before his eyes. His family says he failed her, but Kelly can’t share his one shocking, secret—and criminal—act of vengeance. Now, fellow detectives digging in another case can end Kelly’s career and send him to jail. Kelly must ignore this looming doom and focus on protecting a boy from his pedophile father in a slam-dunk trial. Except the hotshot defense attorney is his new girlfriend Rachel Cohen, who shares wonderful news but hides her duty to destroy him on the stand. And she can’t reveal that she’s investigating a twisted team of drug cops. While his friends work in secret to save him, Kelly is forced to the breaking point—and beyond.
In 1851 or 1852 they be on the New Testament ? came acquainted with Joseph
Lockwood , who Prosecutor : Because ... before he was sworn he was asked by
nected with a gang of young thieves infesting the Mr. Serjeant Wheeler whether ...
Mr . Sheriff ! ” vociferated Alban , “ take charge of the Prosecutor , and convey him
to jail . ” “ For what ? ” enquired the Sheriff . * For contempt of this Court , " bawled
out Alban . “ Because I will not flatter him , " said the Prosecutor , and added ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Improvements in Judicial MachineryPublish On: 1977
They are trained and instructed not to be shy , but to go to the prosecutor and say
, “ Mr . Prosecutor , what about a diversion in this type of situation ? ” That may or
may not have some more impact than a defense attorney who is prone to say ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Improvements in Judicial Machinery
You will file these informations now , Mr . Prosecutor . ... The opinion of the court
was delivered by VALENTINE , J . : This was a criminal prosecution under $ 13 of
the prohibitory liquor law of 1881 , in which prosecution the defendant , James ...
MR PROSECUTOR : PROSECUTOR : Rear it from where I was standing .
ROSECUTOR : And precisely at that very noment , when not one , but both ,
hands of ho clock were at virtually the same point on the dial - at the figure three -
Mr . Hinkleshod : I do . Bailiff : Come forward and be sworn , CapBailiff : Be
seated . tain Thursday . Judge : Proceed , Mr . Prosecutor . ( Thursday comes
from back of auditorium , Prosecutor : ( Walks over to witness chair . ) escorted
halfway by ...
[ Prosecutor ] : I am going to object to that particular question - answer . If Mr (
defense counsel ] wants the truth I will open up my file to him and he can see the
truth . ” Now this , obviously , was an improper statement to have made in the ...
Journal Profile NIITRIIIIIIIII Mr . Prosecutor By J . L . BERNSTEIN NORMAN
HEINE In : Norman Heine , of Camden , who is in his second term as prosecutor
of that bustling county , is a genial , pleasant and obliging sort of individual , as
befits a ...
Mr Guildford : What do you mean by , “ You ' re not . Are you happy to : molest
and harass an innocent person ? Prosecution Witness : No , I ' m not . His
Worship : Do you still wish the case to go on , Mr Prosecutor . " Prosecutor : Yes ,
It should be quite apparent that the district attorney must have been familiar with
the testimony of this ... Now , Mr. Prosecutor , " he said , “ if the court might make a
suggestion , it would seem that a bullet was fired from whatever weapon Mr.
PROSECUTOR : You aren't a man to waste time with such games my dear
colleague . CHAIRMAN : It's his mouth we have to open , not his eyes ! DEPUTY :
I used to indulge in these games once , Mr. Prosecutor . What did you read in his
I want to stress this fact as the State Prosecutor , that according to the law there is
no appeal against the court sentence . “ Any sentence becomes legally valid and
executable immediately after the Court pronounces it . ” “ Mr . Prosecutor , I am ...
PROSECUTOR : Eduardo , and in this moment of terror , why didn ' t you go to the
Ministry of the Interior and expose all this garbage ? EDUARDO DIAZ : Mr . Prosecutor , I think that would have been the right thing to do , but I must admit I
Mr . Prosecutor , I am therefore calling upon you to act professionally in this case
and according to your conscience , if you still have one . I am confident that the
case will be clarified one day , and it can happen , Mr . Prosecutor , that you will ...