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Access and it just -- -- a former prosecutor now defense attorney David walls of defense attorney they join me now to discuss it.
So he gets up there on them on the material issue the biggest issue the case which is.
Did did you get a plea bargain offered -- you by the prosecution and failed to communicate that your client because that's the crux of OJ's -- be did that.
OJ could get a reversal here here's what Yale Galanter said -- number one.
It wanted a significant amount prison time.
I'm told that might -- your favorite girls that.
We're back Thursday after that meeting and told them and -- -- around the hole.
Well OK so now yelled that they that he did actually present the offer but it wasn't really a good shoppers though it's no big surprise that OJ.
Turned it down you know I think there's another issue here -- which if it hasn't come up well and that is.
Did Yale Galanter tell OJ -- going -- get -- stuff because if he did.
That -- the conflict of interest and he never should have been -- indicate and that could -- this broad day to do.
I don't know what did you make and -- today yeah it quickly -- and yeah Kerio.
Yeah I make it look if he told him that he'd give a quiet some advice and it immediately results in the client's arrest.
-- you've gotten irreparable conflict of interest and that should have been declared right there and that means the trial should never taken place and -- he had new council that could result.
Resident and her into it and -- -- Kool Aid.
I didn't so we saw OJ testify yesterday that Yale Galanter allegedly told him repeatedly he could never be convicted.
I got -- OJ I got it.
Does it is that relevant at all.
No -- what's relevant is number one -- glad there was not licensed to practice law Nevada the judge let him do it anyway Megan.
Also there's two other attorneys -- representing.
OJ at the time Nevada attorney and a third attorney was representing a -- offended.
We're I testified basically supporting OJ's contention that the the -- latter -- -- was obsessive thing money he was paid.
But he also constantly -- watch OJ testified because you would have said that Yale told me to going there and get my stuff from I don't that would cause the conflict.
What a shock a lawyer a focus on the money John I'm not sure doctor -- lead to this conviction being tossed him -- says the reasoning that OJ -- was because he thought the evidence was overwhelming and the other guided co defendants testimony about OJ telling them to bring guns which -- did it -- even knew there was a gun.
We have been devastated.
Yet and that's not going to be considered malpractice he's allowed to strategize anyway he sees -- I think there's another feather in the prosecution's cat here -- -- yeah how would not subpoenaed to -- his testimony today he showed up with a handshake on his own record and that's a risky -- yeah well and it -- that you know there are some ethical concerns here with him testifying against his former client.
-- -- -- Ex boyfriend always felt compelled to protect them and save them from themselves.
And he could actually get himself in trouble by doing this but he's doing it anyway if if that judge believes yell.
OJ is done and that's a real feather in the -- and that is the judge it is -- high burden of proof no question about that.
But if the judge on the fence make you remember all these -- boards in the trial not his release so -- good luck that based panel of redneck.
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