Estranged Husband Walks complimentary after Accused of Stabbing Wife in Face
By Crescenzo Vellucci Vanguard Sacramento Bureau
SACRAMENTO – Defendant Andre Lamont Smith – accused of growing a scissors when confronted with their wife – scored a free of charge prison haircut the other day to appear beneficial to their future hearing resulting in their test for felony spousal punishment and witness tampering.
Thursday but Smith was left with nowhere to go – but home – after those charges were dismissed late. The test ended up being set to do this week.
“The prosecution had witness that is major problems,” said defense lawyer Claire White, who seemingly have a knack of winning just what appear to be impossible situations, including a not liable verdict when it comes to an activist whom tossed a cake, and admitted he achieved it, when confronted with previous Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson.
In Smith’s instance, “A trial will be a waste of taxpayer resources,” said White at Smith’s trial that is preliminary in January, noting that “There wasn’t sufficient to carry Andre.”
The alleged victim, their spouse, swore regarding the stand that Smith didn’t get it done. And also bailed him away from prison.
“She lied to your authorities (and) didn’t mention him to police until an officer recommended Andre had been the attacker in ” said White october. “She felt bad sufficient (concerning the accusation) to bail (Andre) out.”
The alleged victim refused to say if Smith stabbed her with a scissors in the face, as police had sworn she told them during evasive and confusing preliminary hearing testimony in early January.
But despite the fact that, Sacramento County Superior Judge Maryanne G. Продолжить чтение