FRANK CARSON ET AL 1-18-2018 AM AUDIO

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HERE IS THE MORNING REPORT

 

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  1. The judge’s legal theory for holding Frank Carson over is misplaced. She says Frank “put this whole thing in motion.” Guilt of murder by the legal doctrine of “putting the thing in motion,” does not exist. If it did then every time someone is accidentally killed, the person accidentally causing the death would be guilty of murder. It is not the same as guilt of murder by the “natural and probable consequences” doctrine. In order for one to be guilty by the natural and probable consequences doctrine, it must be proved that he intended to commit and did cause to be committed a crime of which the natural and probable consequence was death. As there is no evidence Frank Carson ever intended to commit a crime which resulted in Korey Kauffman’s death, he cannot be guilty under the natural and probable consequences doctrine. It is really that simple. It is irrelevant whether he “put things in motion” or not. You are right, Susan, “the way Frank Carson handled things” is not relevant to the legal theory upon which he has been held over to trial.

    • It’s been posted that if Judge Zuniga doesn’t like something about you , you are doomed. Well in my opinion she has not been impartial in this case from the beginning given the DA advise on how to ask questions and letting the DA get away with a lot of crap. She doesn’t seem to care must for Frank because he gets loud and people might feel intimidated when he questions them. But OH well that’s just Frank.

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