Wow, you're actually talking about the assistant district attorney's kid now? You seem a tad obsessed with her and your former client.<quoted text>
Lord help us all if any child looks up to the assistant district attorney. She is no role model at all. She gets up here and says things that only she would know since it was a closed courtroom when the girl was testifying. I hope that her daughter takes after her father and not her mother.
It bothers me to know that it is people like her representing the state of North Carolina. They must be really desperate for ADA's. She must learn that you can't win them all and hopefully Josh's case has taught her that. She must remember that what goes around comes around. It sure came around to her then.
You obviously think it doesn't matter what you say because you've convinced yourself I'm the ADA and she's the one posting. You've made a mistake, sweetheart. I knew I should have gone to law school. I stated long ago that I'm immediate family of the victim. Do you think that might be how I know what would be in her testimony? You should really reread your posts too. Who else was in the courtroom the whole time? In your own words, "You were outsmarted, outwitted and outplayed," by "some hippy looking woman."