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5.01.2007

I Rarely . . .

. . . just link to a news story and say "read it" but this one is fascinating. I find it interesting because: (1) I don't know how the defense can win that case. I'd have my guy plead guilty and make it a punishment trial. (2) It's fascinating that both the defendant and the victim had been at Michael's in Fort Worth before the accident - that restaurant/bar is known to be a tad bit "uppity" and, although I'm a fan of "uppity", the two times I've been there I found it BORing. (3) There's a Lisa Mosier named in the story. I met an extremely attractive Lisa Mosier from Fort Worth several years ago through a buddy, and I've got an email into him to see if it is the same person. (The last time I saw her was in the Backstage Club at the Stock Show. Which is particularly shocking to think I've ever been in the Backstage Club at the Stock Show.) And my back still hurts.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The guy is guilty and deserving of punishment. Her actions were questionable, under the influence or not. His actions were negligent and criminal, under the influence or not. If it were to go to a civil suit, then there would be some question about her responsibility

Anonymous said...

It is the same Lisa.

Anonymous said...

Is this jury sequestered? If not, how will the dead person's blood alcohol level not become known to them? Does she share some responsibility? Does the bar have any responsibility? Are the servers at the bar involved? Does the driver have any record of past problems?

Anonymous said...

Are we saying that the decision makers (judge or jury) are not going to hear the blood-alcohol level of the defendant?

Anonymous said...

Keep us updated, this one is going to be fun to watch.