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Apopka, FL

Florida Changed Yellow Light Times For Red Light Caneras

Go to this link: http://www.wtsp.co m/news/reporter/ar ticle/316418/79/10 -News-Investigator s-discover-short-y ellow-lights  (May 14, 2013 | post #1)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

Why don't you go to my firm's Website and get the firm's number, and call me right now? I'll take the call, but I will not endure harassment. Unlike many people, I have the means to subpoena Topix and trace your account (or anyone else's). Put your unease to rest: Call me right now.  (May 14, 2013 | post #20080)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

I've read your other posts. The saying about glass houses comes to mind. If you are judging me on one misspelled word, then your standards are indeed high. Kudos.  (May 14, 2013 | post #20073)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

I'm sure you read "harder on this device." Are you positing that it is as easy to edit on an iPad as it is to do on my laptop? Moreover, do you really think your missives are so important to me that I fully attend to Topix?  (May 14, 2013 | post #20067)

Apopka, FL

Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid

If you doubt my identify, then go to my firm's Website, DillinghamLawFirm.com, and call my law firm. I'll gladly put your doubts to rest.  (May 14, 2013 | post #25439)

Apopka, FL

Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid

I've no idea why Mr. O'Mara decided to forgo the SYG hearing. I'd have done it, but politically, I don't think a judge would grant it: This case has far too much momentum, and it will go through to trial. I also respectfully disagree with you about the medical evidence. It is incontrovertible and supported by many credible sources.  (May 14, 2013 | post #25438)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

Yes, I misspelled a word. I'm also using an iPad and failed to properly edit my post, which is harder on thisvdevice. Now, rather than engage in ad hominem attacks, why don't you try debating the issue than engaging in senseless acrimony? Or are you folks on here merely to reinforce your own opinions and perspectives? Incidentally, my qualifications and experience in this field are easily verified. Ignoring them only makes you look silly.  (May 14, 2013 | post #20064)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

Exactly.  (May 14, 2013 | post #19988)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

I've no idea what you are asking me to prove.  (May 14, 2013 | post #19969)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

Mitigation experts are used in the penalty phase of the trial, not during the guilt phase. They watch the proceedings to gather information, nothing more, and then give their opinions to the attorney if his client is convicted. I'm unsure what you are implying by referring to people other than the defendant as sociopaths, or how you reached your psychiatric dignosis.  (May 14, 2013 | post #19959)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

As I stated, this is nothing more than a run-of-the-mill homicide case with nothing more than sex added. It has no interesting legal issues, no viable defense, and I find it ironic that a nation that prides itself on avoiding jury duty would spend hours watching this lackluster soap-opera. It is media-created drama, nothing more.  (May 14, 2013 | post #19958)

Apopka, FL

Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid

You are doing nothing more than speculating. First, Zimmerman was arrested. I won't cite case law, but any significant deprivation of liberty--here, handcuffed and taken to the SPD--is an arrest, and the detective completed an arrest affidavit. Second, there is no evidence anyone interfered with the investigation. The detective called the SAO, was told he could not arrest Zimmerman due to the applicable FL statutes, and instead, filed an affidavit. Having conducted homicide investigations, I see nothing wrong with the way this one was handled. Nothing at all. The SPD doesn't have a crystal ball, and Martin didn't have any ID. No one in the neighborhood recognized him, and there was no means of identifying him. Frankly, I'm unsure what you are insinuating beyond a general conspiracy theory, and I don't buy into those fantasies. It's like connecting me to Kevin Bacon: It can be done, but only through great leaps of "logic" and very tenuous associations. I've seen many self defense cases, and this is one of the strongest. Zimmerman, in my opinion, is nothing more than a political cats-paw. There is very credible physical and medical evidence supporting his narrative, and none to support the State's case. It's naught but political football that should not be in our courts beyond a Stand Your Ground hearing, which a judge, not a jury, decides.  (May 14, 2013 | post #25429)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

Conversely, the media did not use deadly force against Mr. Zimmerman by slamming his skull into concrete, breaking his nose, or attempt to take his 9mm pistol from him. Your statement is hardly on point. Despite media assertions to the contrary, the Florida Legislature clearly enacted Fla.Stat. 776.012, 776.013, 776.032 and 776.041 for very good reasons.  (May 14, 2013 | post #19950)

Apopka, FL

Jodi Arias: Does the state have the goods to convict?

This was an overblown case with an almost certain outcome. If there was no sex (and possibly mental illness) involved, then it would have been yet another senseless murder. The media created this case much like it created the Zimmerman case.  (May 14, 2013 | post #19919)

Apopka, FL

Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid

I replied to the wrong post. I've no desire to engage in your private war(s).  (May 14, 2013 | post #25426)