June 7, 2006
Co-blogger Peter Henning has a wonderful Enron recap here on law.com. He focuses on the fact that the defendants took the witness stand and testified. He states, "[t]he defendants undermined their own defense when they testified, however, because they made the case into one about their credibility and not the business.
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Say, why does it show up as "Joe Hodnicki" on Bloglines whenever you post something, Ellen? Something about the RSS feed settings?
Thanks for the link.
Posted by: Eh Nonymous | Jun 7, 2006 7:55:17 AM
America's second best criminal lawyer, Morris Shenker, always offered that WCC trial in which the defendant did not testify was slow guilty plea.
Those not familar with Ms. Shenker should learn about him. He was slightly older but a close friend of America's best criminal lawyer, Edward B. Williams.
Their only case, together, in the 8th Circuit was Sachs v. United States, 412 F.2d 357 (8th Cir. 06/18/1969.
Posted by: John L. Davidson | Jun 8, 2006 7:52:10 AM