Thursday, October 28, 2010

Tonight's Reasonable Doubt Halloween Episode

Join us for tonight's Reasonable Doubt, which will be a special Halloween episode.

Our guest will be defense attorney and former-prosecutor Mike Hinton, who is going to share with us his memories of prosecuting Ronald Clark O'Bryan -- the famous murderer from Houston who "ruined Halloween" back in the early 1970s.

You can tune to it on live video by clicking here. The show starts at 8:00 p.m.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like Kelley has started her campaigning:

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/7266988.html

Now--where are all those ADA's who keep telling me this kind of thing never happens?

Rage

Anonymous said...

"Now--where are all those ADA's who keep telling me this kind of thing never happens?"

There aren't any that say that, idiot.

BLACK INK said...

Murray,

Insipid politicians and those with a victim mentality don't appreciate that prosecutors with integrity do the right thing BECAUSE it is the right thing to do; NOT because it is the POLITICALLY CORRECT thing to do.

So even though dismissing a death row inmate's case might appear to be politically correct to some; what is most important is that JUSTICE ultimately was served by the dismissal.

How the Graves case was handled goes to show that Kelly Siegler truly is a "Win at All Costs Prosecutor"; provided you appreciate that when it comes to criminal prosecution, winning and justice are one and the same for her.

Although Rage's deductive reasoning skills are marginal at best; I do hope Kelly considers stepping back into the political arena.