United States v. Drew

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Last updated on March 23rd, 2010

Evidence of the suicide will not be excluded

Judge Wu has ruled to allow evidence of the suicide, after all. http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gg5xCtQtLBF6vJqWXStItG... Apparently, the Law and Order "ripped from the headlines" episode this week helped convince him that potential jurors would already be aware of the suicide.

I remembered this story when

I remembered this story when my lawyer, a Tampa personal injury attorney, told it to me. I was amazed at that time. I couldn't believe that the girl actually commits suicide (she was just 13 years old)

   
 
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