to where even the victim is stating that they weren't attacked by the "defended" he acted in self defense, except the defendant has priors. The witness that lives with the couple says he saw the victim as the aggressor. and a competency evaluation has been ordered. in addition, the "victim" is wanting to defect to the defendant's camp and no one is talking or returning calls, doesn't the defense want moments like this? could the charges stand up at trial because the victim attacked him, "reasonable doubt" right?? why are they so adamant about pursuing this, the DA keep stating once we find out whether or not he can stand trial we can do anything. so he sits in jail waiting for his Appt while the case lays in shambles on the floor. is this right?????? fair????
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