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(My San Antonio)   If profanity, threats to kill own attorneys and soiling your clothes don't stop trial, try using a marker on your face   (mysanantonio.com) divider line 31
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2008-09-24 07:04:30 PM
Didn't one of our favorite attorneys use a marker on her own face once?
 
2008-09-24 07:33:01 PM
Richardson ordered Jett forcibly cleaned

I usually have to pay extra for that.
 
2008-09-24 07:33:15 PM
Maybe I'm just drunk, but subby's headline is really hard to read.
 
2008-09-24 07:34:39 PM
this guy actually sounds kind of hilarious, minus the whole mental illness/stabbing thing.
 
2008-09-24 07:35:05 PM
img.photobucket.com
 
2008-09-24 07:36:15 PM
Can't they just set him up in one of those Hannibal Lector push carts?
 
2008-09-24 07:37:12 PM
I could never understand the insanity defense. Don't you have to be a little crazy in the first place to kill someone?
 
2008-09-24 07:37:16 PM
kill own attorneys?
not stop trial?

Submitter write good!
Understand perfect!
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2008-09-24 07:41:49 PM
Walker

Yikes on that photo. It looks like it's just a Crayola water based, but if my kid was going at her infant sister's eyes with a black marker, I don't know that my first impulse would be to grab the camera.
 
2008-09-24 07:41:52 PM
here in Canuckistan, the Courts have pretty well eliminated any success with the "ineffective assistance of counsel" argument by requiring appellants to show that the verdict would have (yes, would have, not could have, or might have)been different with a different attorney....it's almost impossible to meet that standard, so cases where the defendant was convicted while his lawyer was either drunk, asleep, or otherwise just visiting the planet end up having the appeals summarily dismissed.

//our current attorney general (NL) used to frantically colour the backs of his hands with ball point pen ink while listening to the judge charging the jury

///sharpies for the winnar !
 
2008-09-24 07:42:25 PM
ENGLISH! DO YOU SPEAK IT MOTHERFILKER!!!
 
2008-09-24 07:44:01 PM
This thread, the article, and the article's comments made my brain hurt so hard that I threat to make myself write on my forehead with marker so as to act with my lawyers on behalf of my insanity.
 
2008-09-24 07:44:59 PM
Finally, someone got this joker on the Fark radar. He's basically being an a$$hole, doing everything he can under the guise of "insanity" to disrupt his trial. Look through the past articles to see what he's done.

/give him the chair
 
2008-09-24 07:49:46 PM
We had a guy start drawing on his shirt during a staff meeting a few years back. Just took out his pen and started doodling random lines and circles, first just on his pocket, then spread out all along his his shirt.
'John' had some time off after that, but I always thought he just wanted out of that farking staff meeting.... they were pretty bad.
 
2008-09-24 07:50:48 PM
NathanielTaggart: I could never understand the insanity defense. Don't you have to be a little crazy in the first place to kill someone?

"Insanity" has a very specific meaning in a court of law. It means "not understanding right and wrong." A guy who stabs someone on a busy city sidewalk and then sits down next to the body, hums a Donovan tune and eats a licorice whip is legally insane. A guy who kills someone, then takes measures to hide the body and concoct an alibi is not legally insane. Yes, he may be a friggin' nut, but he's not "insane" in the legal sense, because he knew what he was doing was wrong. There is of course the in-betweening ground of "temporary insanity," which covers being really, really, really pissed off. It cannot involve any sort of planning beforehand. It must be an outburst.

That's how it was all explained to me anyway.

Oops! Gotta go! Time for the exercise yard, and then I have to finish the spider-web tattoo on my elbow!
 
2008-09-24 07:51:59 PM
Let's see...get the gas chamber or delay the trial...hmmm...toughy.
 
2008-09-24 07:52:36 PM
...someone gave sharpies to mexicans?
 
2008-09-24 07:53:39 PM
I came here for the pics of 'Juggaloes' using marks a lot for face paint
/dissapointed
 
2008-09-24 07:58:59 PM
Let me just state, that as my name may reflect, I am all for humming Donovan tunes.
 
2008-09-24 07:59:02 PM
Squidgilum: NathanielTaggart: I could never understand the insanity defense. Don't you have to be a little crazy in the first place to kill someone?

"Insanity" has a very specific meaning in a court of law. It means "not understanding right and wrong." A guy who stabs someone on a busy city sidewalk and then sits down next to the body, hums a Donovan tune and eats a licorice whip is legally insane. A guy who kills someone, then takes measures to hide the body and concoct an alibi is not legally insane. Yes, he may be a friggin' nut, but he's not "insane" in the legal sense, because he knew what he was doing was wrong. There is of course the in-betweening ground of "temporary insanity," which covers being really, really, really pissed off. It cannot involve any sort of planning beforehand. It must be an outburst.

That's how it was all explained to me anyway.

Oops! Gotta go! Time for the exercise yard, and then I have to finish the spider-web tattoo on my elbow!


Murder 2 is defined as "depraved indifference to human life". Sounds kinda crazy to me!
 
2008-09-24 08:12:51 PM
i398.photobucket.com
 
2008-09-24 08:13:12 PM
If all else fails, there's always self-immolation!
 
2008-09-24 08:28:40 PM
Jesus, subby, I'm tired of talking about McCain and the debate!

/DRTFA
 
2008-09-24 08:38:27 PM
I've never gotten many positive results from soiling myself.

I'll have to try the market thing.
 
2008-09-24 08:38:57 PM
NathanielTaggart: I could never understand the insanity defense. Don't you have to be a little crazy in the first place to kill someone?

No.

You can have perfectly rational motives for killing someone. Personal gain, insurance money, covering up secrets, and even good old fashioned hate are all perfectly sane motives for murder.

However (and I think the insanity defense and claims of mental incapacity are cliche), I think this guy may be textbook psychotic.
 
2008-09-24 08:43:17 PM
Scott77: I've never gotten many positive results from soiling myself.

That warm squishy feeling isn't positive?
 
2008-09-24 08:57:56 PM
NakedApe: Scott77: I've never gotten many positive results from soiling myself.

That warm squishy feeling isn't positive?


It's only warm and squishy for a little while.
 
2008-09-24 09:09:21 PM
thanks meat...just gettin ready to eat a pizza
 
2008-09-24 09:29:08 PM
Link (Poppers)
 
2008-09-25 11:29:55 AM
Damn, can't people write, correct sentences; anymore?
 
2008-09-25 02:30:34 PM
The pen is blue? (obscure)

tbn0.google.com
 
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