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Kelly's court is back in session on the docket today that case joining me now to discuss it Marc.
Oh who who was the alcohol let me let me get this into -- that I had to go commit armed robbery our.
Yeah -- -- this case out already mega listen I was very confident when I've said numerous times.
This is a motion for a field trip not a motion for a new trial because that is all that he's going to get out of this.
Yale Galanter who I've known for quite some time a thirty year veteran will not take the stand tomorrow and say you know what I committed malpractice.
Geez even though it's 101 in the criminal arena to convey plea offers the defendant.
All of gosh I forgot let me fall on the sword for OJ Simpson my dear pal it and.
You know I like that picture I like that picture are we just have a -- OJ that not yell.
But of OJ because he's let me say it.
You -- know the thing is let's let the -- -- that I had talent drunk Atlanta lawyer didn't tell me that I could raise that as a defense.
Our -- high bar as high as high as mark -- like his ethics.
I will tell you as a young attorney.
My very first -- need -- murder trial was one that was about to be covered by sixty minutes and 48 hours.
And I was going to be 32 years old and all over the national news.
When the prosecutor came in and changes up from 22 years to life to -- flat six years.
I have no problem telling you you're on -- That at that point in my career to have a national case -- flushed down the toilet was it a source of of tension internally.
Of course I did the right thing and told my client to take the six years -- out.
Of the realm of possibility when you're representing OJ Simpson did say BA.
I don't even need to tell you about this plea -- and have a go to jail for thirty months and I -- you how.
How do you tell your client about -- you know only offer and they could prove that he didn't do that then that is they were a reason for these -- at least give.
Really there's a lot market this is it this is -- one of OJ's lawyers on the stand talking about.
Yale Galanter his love of publicity during the -- trial listen.
It's going to came out of -- or -- steps and I think he was just -- it seemed like he was laughing joking release you -- luncheon he made a remark that the only thing I wish we had this for the the joke and Filipino wishes that jury right in the air you know that's basically -- because you know about -- so laughable.
-- Yet loving publicity doesn't prove this case and even Arthur conceded when he was a young lawyer which -- is not he still did the right thing.
Are they on the right at Yale Galanter -- line are you are right and so I will concede to you that it is possible.
Theoretically possible that -- taken windows but I will say anything is possible theoretically possible when the chances are so -- so remote -- almost no real value.
Like this case.
After the break we're gonna play the latest in OJ's own testimony just in case you missed him on the stand.
Do they ever show you the references in this every.
-- drinking prior to -- did they ever tell you it's -- possible.
Possibly using your defense.
Hi mark -- action are there a dollar back with me now -- if that is true isn't a problem.
-- that's a perfect way to put it.
It is it's a problem it's not like -- -- a reversal but it's one thing that a judge hostage taking to get back into consideration.
And -- the hardest thing for these judge to do is to pretend this is 002.
Not make this about OJ Simpson she has to make it about any.
Defendant in that position it can't -- Well OJ Simpson it's gotta be this defendant who is a lawyer may not have told about a plea bargain whose lawyer didn't tell him about.
The alcohol defense the one answer OJ gave yesterday that I didn't like mark -- is the prosecutors said.
Your attorney advised you not to testify yes and you did what he told you do yes.
I would like to tell you my friend that for and got the testified as opposed to I everything yeah.
It's always about let me ask you this -- is that the most damaging thing Arthur alluded to that your earlier is if they can prove that Yale Galanter failed to offer.
Failed to convey a plea bargain offer and there was testimony Blair.
That but that he could have got his -- thirty months in prison if he had pleaded guilty to robbery.
Simpson said he had never been told that and they put the trial prosecutor on the stand who testified there were preliminary discussions with Galanter.
About a plea bargain.
-- -- -- who -- would this all comes down to what -- gonna say tomorrow.
And the only one apparently who believes that -- gonna take a bullet.
For OJ Simpson is my dear Fred art there who still -- -- that might have been the only kind their own songs I.
It was good I think -- gonna open up court they don't about the police yes it was my strategy in the case that he should not testify and he filed this tragedy yet a strategy in my case which could be grounds for it not to be reversed no I think he's gonna just defend himself as.
As it all undoubtedly he said all of that and improve the sort of -- credibility.
And -- -- that thanks guys.
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