"gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. Lengthy filing. Prosecutors put a lot of time in this. They're going from california to virginia, sending investigators to question floor cleaners whether they were... See More
"gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. Lengthy filing. Prosecutors put a lot of time in this. They're going from california to virginia, sending investigators to question floor cleaners whether they were cleaning the floors or chris brown cleaning the floors. There's no question they're spending more time on this case than they ordinarily night. On the other hand, prosecutors are all the time accused of letting celebrities off easy. They're sort of stuck in a position where if they don't do enough, people will say, he got away with it. On the other hand, you have to say, is this worth the resources? Meanwhile, brown's lawyers fighting back hard. Saying they want sanctions from the lawyers for doing this. Mark geragos is a well-known lawyer. And the way to conduct the case is to attack the prosecutor. But the notion they would get sanctions is a hollow threat. And remember, geragos is specifically highlighted in the motion made by the prosecutor, saying that he was coaching the lawyer for the richmond p.D., where he was serving the community service, on how to answer questions. Geragos is also mentioned specifically in this motion. It does seem like there's enough there to make brown do more service. We'll see. The fundamental question in my mind is not going to come down to the other incidents. It's not going to come down to the cell phone. It's not going to come down to anger management questions. Did he serve the community service or didn't he? If he wasn't there and wasn't able to serve the community service, as he supposedly claimed he did, and signed off on, that's a big problem for
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