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  1. What is the procedure to fire your attorney in California. Attorney said he couldn't get bail reduction or OR because the judge and DA were mad at him. Meaning they were mad at his attorney.
  2. pg1067 Here is the link I provided from above about this case Here is a link to the case https://itmattershowyoustand.com/2017/08/judge-cuts-defendants-testimony-short-in-bunkerville-retrial/.
  3. So your saying that before a trial begins a judge and set in place any rules they want? A judge can say you can't mention the constitution in their court room? The very document that made this country great can be barred from a court room.
  4. Since this was a re-trial the judge knew what the defense was going to be so she just made everything he would be using for his defense inadmissible. Doesn't seem quite fair does it?
  5. Thank you for your response to my questions it was much appreciated. I don't think that law brings justice in a lot of ways.
  6. But how can a judge restrict the defendants right to his defense. This judge declared this defendants whole defense inadmissible therefore leaving the defendant with no means to defend himself. How can this be fair? Or even legal?
  7. No he is not defending himself he has a lawyer. The defendant was on the stand trying to testify over objection after objection which the judge always sustained and then went to side bar for 20 minutes. She then told the defendant he was through testifying and had him removed. One of the jurors wrote down a question and sent it to the judge, she read it, threw it on the desk and walked out of the courtroom. Here is a link to the case https://itmattershowyoustand.com/2017/08/judge-cuts-defendants-testimony-short-in-bunkerville-retrial/. This judge is doing things I have never seen a judge do.
  8. Why aren't the prosecutors witnesses don't have to go through this procedure? Also is it normal or legal for the defense to have to give their closing remarks to the judge and prosecution before hand?
  9. Is it legal for a judge and prosecutor to question the defenses witnesses without the jury present and then decide if that witness can testify in court in front of the jury?
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