O'Mara was a public defender in 2008 and he lied about a practice? Is that why when he took the case he was working from a home office, a craftsman's converted bungalow?<quoted text>
I don't think the reporter's question was about the legal defense.
I think the reporter's question was about the media coverage.
I will say that we have seen a side of Mr. O'Mara that we didn't get to see when he represented Joy Wray.
That's what appears on the Clerk of the Court site for the only "Joy Wray" listed.
No one has ever really mentioned what legally qualifies O'Mara for this case.....other than another case involving a dead dog. When he originally stepped in I did an internet search - I couldn't see one other capital case he ever defended which was covered by the media either. Odd.....