A.K.A. The case of "Represent OR Assisit, there is a difference, you know.

A WISE GUY

See Transcript 09.26.2003
Lines 13-20
Judge Matz: “Now, Mr. Reed, I don’t know whether consistent with the law and the application of the Speedy Trial Act that the rights of a defendant would be protected if a jury were impaneled and the actual prosecution of the case, the opening statements, and the submission of evidence were to follow at some relatively brief interval after that.

Judge A. Howard Matz Criminal

You are sitting here with a understandable worried look, if not a scowl on your face, and I understand why and I’m concerned about that.”

"ONLY ONE TRIBUNAL EVER ADOPTED A PRACTICE OF FORCING COUNSEL UPON AN UNWILLING DEFENDANT IN A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING. THE TRIBUNAL WAS THE STAR CHAMBER." U.S. v FARETTA , 422 US 806 (1975)

OUTSIDE IT'S AMERICA.

WHAT WOULD BE THE CAPACITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OF THE COURTS TO SUPRESS THIS KIND OF SPEECH?" --Judge A. Howard Matz, PRE-TRIAL OF KILLERCOP

THE CASE OF THE NO EXPERTS FOR THE DEFENSE:

Judge Matz SAYS:

"Now [killercop] if you are relying on, and if your lawyers are relying on, outside experts to assist in any aspect of the defense, and it wouldn’t surprise me if they have to, given the nature of these charges."

 

Judge A. Howard Matz Criminal

Transcript of 09.26.2003 Page 20

Judge Matz : NOW, I DON'T THINK IT IS INAPPROPRIATE FOR THE RECORD TO NOTE THAT I'VE PREVIOUSLY AUTHORIZED EXPERTS, OR AT LEAST ONE EXPERT, I DON'T GO BACK AND CHECK THE FILE BUT AT LEAST ONE EXPERT, AND I THINK COULD HAVE BEEN MORE THAN ONE, SOMEBODY WITH SPECIFIC SKILL AND ADVANCED SKILL IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNET TECHNOLOGY AS WELL TO BE APPOINTED TO REPRESENT OR ASSISlT PRIOR COUNSEL. HAVE YOU SEEN ANY EXPERT REPORTS?

MR. REED: NO. NOT AT ALL, YOUR HONOR.

THE COURT: HAS ANYBODY DISCUSSED WITH YOU ANY OF KILLERCOP'S PRIOR LAWYERS, ANY EXPERT REPORTS THAT MAY HAVE BEEN GENERATED?

MR. REED: NO, YOUR HONOR

Transcript of 10.21.2002 Page 36, Lines 20-25

 

Judge A. Howard Matz Criminal

Judge Matz: “Now, Mr. Reed, one of the items that Killercop has filed seems to suggest that he has never received any or any witness statements.

Among the material that you received from prior counsel that you and Mr. Nicolaysen put together for delivery to MDC, do you recall whether any investigative reports prepared by anybody acting on behalf of Killercop? You don’t have to say who did it.”

Reed: “On behalf of Killercop - -“

Judge: “Yeah.”

Reed: “No.”

DID YOU SEE THAT, FOLKS?

No. None. Zip. Nada. Gar nichts. Rien du tout. Bupkes.

GAME OVER

How ya like those apples in a "complex computer case?"

You bought them!! Paid for by your tax dollas! Not once, but three times!!!

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