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Antiguo 05-10-04, 08:43
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Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Hola chicos, sorry por ponerlo en ingles, no puedo traducirlo, ruego una alma caritativa lo haga:

http://www.mjjforum.com/main/content/view/1565/2/

Michael Jackson Defense Files Motion to Remove District Attorney

Attorney Robert Sanger filed a motion on Monday to remove Santa Barbara County district attorney´s office from the Michael Jackson child molestation case.

Mr. Sanger said the motion was filed under seal because "the content of the motion includes reference to details in under-seal material including discovery materials, grand jury transcripts, investigative reports, exhibits and identities of witnesses."

Much of the proceedings have been kept under seal by Judge Rodney Melville.

It has long been believed that District Attorney Thomas Sneddon had a personal vendetta against Mr. Jackson. Motions to remove a district attorney are based on claims of personal involvement and conflict of interest.

"The odds of being successful are very slim," said criminal defense attorney Steve Cron. "It would be highly unusual for a judge to take the whole district attorney´s office off a case." Mr. Cron said that lawyers claim in such motions that the chief prosecutor is so personally involved in the case that he can´t make fair decisions.

Loyola Law Professor Laurie Levenson said that if the motion were granted and upheld on appeal, the state attorney general´s office would have to take over the case.

"This was a natural motion to file," she said. "Even if the chances of success are not great, it´s worth taking a stab at it."

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Antiguo 05-10-04, 08:57
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o

Ojala y Melville apruebe esta moción .

Con Sneddon fuera creo que estaríamos del otro lado ya .

Por cierto cuando presentarían esta mocion al juez ? supongo que en este mes no?


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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o.)

Pues a mi esto no me parece acertado ahora pondran a otro que puede ser peor que el DS y por otro lado no entiendo porque han tardado tanto en hacerlo.

Todas estas mociones lo unico que van a hacer es que el juicio se celebre cuando Michael tenga canas.
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o.)

La defensa de Michael Jackson redacta una moción para cambiar la fiscalía.

El abogado Robert Sanger interpuso una moción el lunes para cambiar la oficina del Fiscal de Santa Barbara del caso de Michael Jackson.

Sanger dijo que la moción fue interpuesta sellada al público porque "el contenido de la moción incluye referencias y detalles de material que ya está sellado, incluyendo material descubierto, transcripciones del gran jurado, reportes de investigación e identidades de testigos".

Muchos de los procesos están siendo mantenidos bajo sello por el juez Melville.

Desde hace tiempo se cree que el Fiscal Thomas Sneddon tiene una venganza personal contra Jackson. La moción para quitarle del caso está basada en que podría tener motivaciones personales y conflicto de intereses.

"Las posibilidades de tener éxito son muy pocas" dice el abogado defensor criminal Steve Cron. "Sería altamente inusual que un juez eliminara a toda la fiscalía del distrito de un caso". Cron dice que los abogados suelen alegar en estas mociones que el fiscal está tan involucrado personalmente en el caso que no puede tomar decisiones justas.

La profesora de leyes Laurie Levenson dijo que si la moción saliera adelante, el fiscal, el fiscal general del estado se ocuparía del caso. "Es natural que se ponga esta moción, aunque si las posibilidades de éxito no son muchas, pero merece la pena intentarlo"

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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o.)

Conociendo la forma de actuar del juez no lo hara ni en broma, este tio es un cagado y de hacerlo se montaria un pollo de cuidado... esta clarisimo que Sneddon tiene "una venganza personal" contra Mike, pero eso en cierto modo es mejor, la rabia lo cegara completamente, y con este caso su carrera se va a la mierda... yo prefiero tumbar a DS que no a otro que no haya hecho daño a Michael... dicen que es mejor malo conocido que bueno por conocer verdad? Espero que no le aparten ahora que las pruebas van todas a favor de la defensa...
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Esta semana estamos de buenas noticias!!!

deberiamos tener un smilie q pudieramos usar en estas ocasiones.. un algo asi como "JODETE SNEDDON"!!!!

Vaya alegria ver algo asi! Por fin!!

Perdonar por la puntualizacion, pero creo q en la traduccion no se entiende bien q lo q ha pedido el abogado de Michael es quitar del caso a TODA LA OFICINA del fiscal general, no solo a T. Sneddon!



Y eso de q es natural q se ponga esta mocion....

desde cuando es normal q se pida a un juez q mande a la mierda a toda la oficina de la fiscalia???
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

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Escrito originalmente por MJforever
lo q ha pedido el abogado de Michael es quitar del caso a TODA LA OFICINA del fiscal general, no solo a T. Sneddon!
Ya lo he retocado, ahora se entiende mejor
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Gracias!

Otro articulo interesante....

http://news.newspress.com/topsports/100504jackson.htm

Jackson defense asks court to toss DA's office off case

10/5/04
By DAWN HOBBS

NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER

Michael Jackson's defense lawyers asked the court Monday to remove Santa Barbara County District Attorney Tom Sneddon and his office from the child molestation case against their client.

The details of the motion are not public because the document was filed under seal, but defense lawyers have repeatedly accused the prosecutor of misusing his power.

The move highlights the defense strategy against the veteran prosecutor, who is trying for the second time to put Mr. Jackson behind bars. The defense team has been laying the groundwork for months to keep Mr. Sneddon from prosecuting the case.

Mr. Jackson's lawyers have repeatedly questioned Mr. Sneddon's conduct, accusing him of having a vendetta against Mr. Jackson stemming from the failure of a 1993 case against the entertainer. Charges were never filed in that case, which crumbled when the accuser refused to testify after his family received a multimillion-dollar settlement.

As evidence of this strategy, the defense team -- led by Thomas Mesereau -- accused Mr. Sneddon of prosecutorial misconduct during grand jury proceedings in April. Defense lawyers charge Mr. Sneddon "bullied," "threatened," and "intimidated" witnesses. The defense lawyers requested in July that the criminal indictment against their client be thrown out.

The request to disqualify Mr. Sneddon and his office will likely be heard at a pretrial hearing on Oct. 14. If approved, the Attorney General's Office would take over the case.

Mr. Sneddon did not return a News-Press phone call for comment. A gag order in the case bars attorneys from speaking with the media. During recent pretrial hearings prosecutors have maintained that they've followed the law and insist the defense accusations are baseless.

Mr. Jackson pleaded not guilty in April to charges of child molestation and conspiracy. His trial is scheduled to begin in late January.

Defense lawyers have asserted that Mr. Sneddon also stepped over the line by surveilling and taking photographs of a private investigator's office in preparation for a raid last November. In an unusual move, Mr. Mesereau even put the district attorney on the stand in August to question him about that raid and his involvement in the case. Mr. Sneddon testified that he did nothing wrong.

The defense team also contends that three raids were illegally conducted -- at Neverland Valley Ranch and at private investigator Bradley Miller's Beverly Hills' office last November, and on Sept. 15 at the Sherman Oaks home of Mr. Jackson's personal assistant, Evelyn "Evvy" Tavasci. Defense lawyers want evidence from the raids kept from trial. But the prosecution has insisted the searches were legal.

Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville has not yet ruled on the motion to set aside the indictment or on the motions to suppress evidence from these raids.

Defense co-counsel Robert Sanger stated in the request to remove Mr. Sneddon that the document should be filed under seal because it includes references to details under seal already, "including discovery materials, grand jury transcripts, investigative reports, exhibits and the identities of witnesses."


While the exact contents of the motion are not known, the state Penal Code states such requests "shall not be granted unless it is shown by the evidence that a conflict of interest exists such as would render it unlikely that the defendant would receive a fair trial."


Attorney General Bill Lockyer's spokesman, Nathan Barankin, said a decision has not yet been made to attend the Oct. 14 pretrial hearing. Usually, Mr. Barankin said, the state office submits an opinion and sends a representative to the hearing. "Hundreds and hundreds of judges across the state hear thousands of cases every day, but it's very infrequent they are confronted with a recusal motion. But, because our office often gets the case, we've developed some expertise on the matter and that's why the statute gives us an opportunity to participate on the front end."


A judge recently ordered the Attorney General's Office to take over prosecution from the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's office on another case.

Orange County Superior Court Judge Jack Ryan decided Aug. 30 that the state office should prosecute Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Diana Hall for alleged violations of the California Political Reform Act. Judge Ryan ruled that conduct by the District Attorney's Office in Judge Hall's unrelated criminal trial last year created a potential conflict in the pending case. Assistant District Attorney Christie Stanley has insisted that her office could provide a fair trial.

Legal experts point out it's an uphill battle to get these motions approved.

"But occasionally they are granted," said Laurie Levenson, professor at Loyola School of Law. "It doesn't make the case go away, but I think the (Jackson) defense would want someone who, in their mind, has less of an agenda."


However, if approved, the strategy is a bit of gamble.

"What they lose is the ability to argue in front of a jury that prosecutors cannot be trusted," Ms. Levenson said. "On the other hand, I think they feel that perhaps if they get an outside prosecutor to evaluate this case, it will be handled differently.

"But a large part of this may be to lay the record should there be a need for appeal in this case. These are the types of issues that are closely scrutinized by the Appellate Court."


Also on Oct. 14, Judge Melville will likely hear defense arguments about the recent Tavasci raid, along with the defense's second request to lower their client's bail from $3million.

Defense lawyers assert the Sept. 15 search of Ms. Tavasci's home violated attorney-client privilege because items seized relate to Mr. Jackson's legal affairs, including a list of possible trial witnesses and three folders labeled "Mesereau."

If prosecutors filed a response to the defense request to toss evidence seized, it has not yet been made public.

That search stemmed from one of nearly 100 warrants that have been issued in the high-profile case. At least 20 were approved in mid-September granting access to various phone and credit records, receipts from the Beverly Hilton and travel itineraries from Continental and American airlines. Documents released last week indicate at least a dozen more warrants were approved later that month for seizure of more credit records, including those from Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Macy's and Nordstrom department stores.

It's rare for so many warrants to be issued in one case, legal experts said. It is also unusual for warrants to be approved nearly a year after an arrest and three months before a case is due to go to trial.

"Are they playing catch-up with stuff they could have done a long time ago?" asked Robert Pugsley, professor at Southwestern University School of Law. "Or have they turned up something new that could not have been foreseen?"

He said the majority of this investigation would have typically been completed prior to the indictment in April.

"If the district attorney is coming upon names now that his office did not know previously, that might explain some of it," Mr. Pugsley said.

"But I don't see this being a conspiracy involving hundreds of people."

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Puntos importantes..

La documentacion para retirar a la oficina del fiscal se presento ante el juez el lunes.

EL proximo 14 de octubre, Melville tendra q decidir sobre:

- LA reduccion de los 3 milliones de fianza
- La continuidad de la oficina del fiscal en el caso
- El registro de la oficina de la asistente de MJ.
- El registro de la oficina de Miller.
- Si sneddon rompio la confidencialidad entre abogado/cliente.

Un dia muy completito!!

Y ahora con esta mocion, seguro q se lo tomara con mucha mas calma, y hasta puede q nos de algo a favor de la defensa! Todo el mundo le estara mirando....

nervioso Smelville??? nada.. otra copa y todo solucionado!
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Melville no lo aprobará ni de coña, si se niega a bajar la fianza... imaginaos esto. Pero como Levenson, está muy bien que se pida esto, es un paso más hacia un juicio (aunque sea un poquito) justo.
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o

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Pues a mi esto no me parece acertado ahora pondran a otro que puede ser peor que el DS y por otro lado no entiendo porque han tardado tanto en hacerlo.
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o

Me parto
A ver que pasa con el DS
Aunque yo opino como varios de vosotros y prefiero que nos tengamos que enfrentar a Sneddon que a otro tío que no conocemos. Al final el Sneddon es tan patético que se está cagando el solito, no para de meter la pata así que eso en parte nos puede beneficiar...
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De Mj) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso (v.o

Creo que con otro Fiscal el caso seria totalmente diferente, ojala que echen a Sneddon se lo tiene muy bien merecido, y como todos los fans sabemos, lo que impulsa a Sneddon a hacer esto es el corage que tiene Michael hacia el, y todo lo que en 1993 no pudo hacer para llevar a MJ a la cárcel.

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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Ke se vaya sí!, soy de los ke opinan ke así el desarrollo del juicio será simplemente justo; sólo faltaba para redondear la jugada ke kitasen a ese jurado popular muy presumiblemente kondicionado.
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Ojala lo echasen, pero dudo mucho que el juez acceda a esta mocion, aunque por probar que no quede.
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Re: Robert Sanger (abogado De MJ) Rellena Mocion Para Apartar A Sneddon Del Caso

Supongo que serìa algo que beneficiaria mucho indudablemente, pero siendo realista serìa muy poco probable que pudiera pasar eso, pero bueno esperemos que pasa.
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