I had to laugh at the remarks of one of the assembled defense attorneys, who made my acquaintance today telling me how much he enjoyed my Louisiana coverage. The assembled media included Warren Kulo, Ruth Ingram, Doug Walker, Jeff Amy and Anita Lee plus one blogger.
Ironically the session started off with what was billed as a quick true up hearing for a civil case that quite frankly caught my interest as much as the Janus plea hearing. Judge Starrett knows his damages including exhibiting some specialized knowledge of the sand and gravel business that was quite impressive. I’ll leave the inside chatter on the inside but Judge Starrett continued the hearing because the numbers did not make sense to him. I followed the lawyer out of the courtroom with my business card (day job) in case the Plaintiffs decided to reach out for some help. Damages I know.
Lest I digress there are three points I want to make but before I make them we need to visit with the best two accounts of the hearing in no particular order:
As I said on twitter Janus was solemn throughout. HIs face had an ashen hue and eye circles Continue reading “Janus plea hearing: Magilla the Gorilla in the room”