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STATUS CHECK: JUROR QUESTIONNAIRE

The outcome of the last court room appearance by Titus and Ryan is listed below. They will be back in court on May 1, 2008 to review the questionnaire. The pretrial is set for May 27, 2008.

STATUS CHECK: JUROR QUESTIONNAIRE (TITUS & RYAN)
Court stated it has reviewed the Questionnaire submitted. Mr. Tomsheck stated he just received it yesterday and hasn’t had the opportunity to review same. Court NOTED the Questionnaire needs to be submitted to the Jury Commissioner forthwith and ORDERED, matter CONTINUED two days. In the interim, Mr. Tomsheck to make his changes and speak with the defense in an attempt to work out any differences. If counsel cannot agree, the Court will make the decision on the areas of dispute.

CUSTODY (TITUS & RYAN)

14 Responses to “STATUS CHECK: JUROR QUESTIONNAIRE”

  1. Peter Says:

    I would have liked to see Daskas prosecute the case.

  2. shockandawe Says:

    No kidding. I think Daskas would have had them for lunch. I’m not so sure about Tomshek. But we’ll see…

  3. wayne mortensen Says:

    ANY D.A WILL DO THE HOMEWORK INVOLVED IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE GOAL OF PUTTING CT AWAY. THE D.A. WANTS TO LOOK GOOD FOR HIS CRONIES, HIS FRIENDS, HIS FAMILY, ETC. AND WILL HAVE IT DOWN WHEN THE TRIAL STARTS. THE D.A. KNOWS THAT THIS COULD MAKE A CAREER SO THEY WILL MORE THAN PREPARED. ALSO, THEY HAVE 2 PLUS YEARS WORKING ON THIS AND WILL HAVE ALL BASES COVERED. THE DEFENSE ATTORNEY REALLY DOESNT HAVE MUCH TO WORK WITH. HE IS SCREAMING AND CT AND KR RIGHT NOW, YELLING QUIT SAYING YOU ARE INNOCENT, THROW ME A BONE, GIVE ME SOMETHING TO WORK WITH, DO NOT TELL ME AGAIN THAT YOUR ARE INNOCENT WHEN ALL OF THE EVIDENCE SAYS YOU ARE QUILTY. GIVE ME SOME WITNESSES, JUST GIVE ME SOMETHING OTHER THAN YOUR WORD. MAYBE THE DEFENSE IS JUST WORRIED ABOUT GETTING PAID, THEY KNOW ITS ALREADY A LOST CAUSE. THEY HAVE PROBABLY TOLD KR AND CT TO PLEAD GUILTY AND I WILL GET YOU A DEAL. MAYBE CT WILL ONLY GET 25 YEARS OR SO INSTEAD OF LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE IF HE PLEADS GUILTY AND THROWS KR UNDER THE BUS.

  4. shockandawe Says:

    Wayne, I disagree with you, to be honest.
    I have no doubt that any DA will do the work with regard to research and the law. However, I only need mention Marsha Clark and Christopher Darden - names you may not recognize - but that’s only because their career went down in flames after trying to prosecute the OJ Simpson trial and failing.

    Ineptitude has set more people free than you can shake a stick at. OJ is the most famous case, but there are many others. Sure, they have had two years, but they have not been copious within those two years - working nonstop to see that no stone is left unturned.

    The evidence can be overwhelming - look at OJ’s DNA/ blood evidence and the timeline. CT and KR have this same kind of issue: It’s her car, their tazer and tazer dot timelines, and their admission to friends who gave grand jury testimony to that effect.

    I don’t believe, quite frankly, that Cristalli, et. al. are saying “Quit saying you are innocent, throw me a bone.” I think they have told them to hold out and have repeatedly said, “Don’t worry buddy, we’ll get you off like we have so many others like you…”

    No defense attorney pleads with his client to plead guilty - look back on the Danielle Van Dam case - the person accused, and eventually convicted of kidnapping, raping and murdering a child, was known to his attorney throughout the entire case as the killer - but he argued anyway. That only came out after the trial.

    These defense attorneys are a different breed, man. Not at all like a prosecutor.

    Just my two cents, but I think that Tomsheck has his work cut out for him - CT’s and KR’s attorneys are about as slimey as the two of them.

  5. shockandawe Says:

    Wayne, I disagree with you, to be honest.
    I have no doubt that any DA will do the work with regard to research and the law. However, I only need mention Marsha Clark and Christopher Darden - names you may not recognize - but that’s only because their career went down in flames after trying to prosecute the OJ Simpson trial and failing.

    Ineptitude has set more people free than you can shake a stick at. OJ is the most famous case, but there are many others. Sure, they have had two years, but they have not been copious within those two years - working nonstop to see that no stone is left unturned.

    The evidence can be overwhelming - look at OJ’s DNA/ blood evidence and the timeline. CT and KR have this same kind of issue: It’s her car, their tazer and tazer dot timelines, and their admission to friends who gave grand jury testimony to that effect.

    I don’t believe, quite frankly, that Cristalli, et. al. are saying “Quit saying you are innocent, throw me a bone.” I think they have told them to hold out and have repeatedly said, “Don’t worry buddy, we’ll get you off like we have so many others like you…”

    No defense attorney pleads with his client to plead guilty - look back on the Danielle Van Dam case - the person accused, (david westerfield), and eventually convicted of kidnapping, raping and murdering a child, was known to his attorney throughout the entire case as the killer - but he argued anyway. That only came out after the trial.

    These defense attorneys are a different breed, man. Not at all like a prosecutor.

    Just my two cents, but I think that Tomsheck has his work cut out for him - CT’s and KR’s attorneys are about as slimey as the two of them.

  6. Chainsaw Says:

    Sometimes too much evidence as shock said
    can be beneficial to the defense. There are more
    opportunities to attack the prosecution and find
    holes in the evidence or mistakes.

  7. Old Time Fitness Competitor Says:

    oh guys, come on……yes OJ was a horrible example of what can go wrong in the court system but I think KR and CT are going to be found guilty. Isn’t she on video leaving the Walmart after purchasing the excellerant? Tazer evidence in their house? Burned in their own car? I think this one is a little more cut and dried then OJ. Who knows what they will get as a punishment in the end but I would be my next paycheck they will not walk free.

  8. Phil Says:

    Shock…

    Your so dead on with that post! I agree with you! Even though they probably did it, they very well could get off! Plus, there’s a ton of stuff that will come out that will shock everyone on this board….I agree with the OJ take! He carved 2 people to death with DNA to boot. And got set free.

    Chain..

    You are correct as well.Sometimes too much evidence as shock said
    can be beneficial to the defense. Which could play in the defense deck of cards!

    OTFC..

    You have valid takes as well! We’ll have to see? If this trial ever gets started…my god!!!!!!!!!!!! *yawn*

    P

  9. wayne mortensen Says:

    You just really do not know what is going to happen at the end. There wasnt much evidence in the Texas Cadet Murders, but they were found guilty. Look at the Phil Spector debacle, a mistrial, I guess the prosecution had years to prepare. There was a ton of evidence in that one. OJ is the best example. But if I had to bet, they will be taken down. KR and CT do not have the star power, the dream team of defense, and tons of evidence. I just think the prosecution will be ready. Also, I am amazed that neither KR and CT has turned on the other.

  10. Old Time Fitness Competitor Says:

    wayne m.

    yup I am with you. I am so suprised they are still sticking together on this one. Not sure why that it but drug addicts are inharently selfish so I suspect there is something in it for both of them by sticking together. Just my opinion.

  11. Chainsaw Says:

    I know I’m gonna catch hell on this one,
    But lets just say that maybe they are sticking
    together because maybe there is a slight chance
    that they didn’t murder her, and just burned the
    body and tried to cover up the body burning.

    And I mean a slight chance.

  12. darkstar1956 Says:

    Chain,

    Yeah, you are right, its possible, but not too probable…but you are right that their atty’s will use that argument to cast reasonable doubt on murder…I mean, the penalty for burning a body is a lot different than murder…so maybe they will try to make the burning of the body the only thing they are guilty of…they might say, “hey, we found her in her room, she was dead, we freaked, we were scared, we burned her….”

    Somehow I dont see how that will fly, especially with the other evidence, but juries are unpredictable…

    How you been, anyway?

    d*

  13. Chainsaw Says:

    d*
    I’ve been good, I’m glad to see
    that you’re still interested in the case.
    Looks like its finally going to start
    in June.

  14. shockandawe Says:

    Chain,
    Bite yer tongue, man! ;)

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