Defense Motion Slams Prosecutors about Excessive Bail– Bullet #153

Defense Motion Slams Prosecutors about Excessive Bail – MJEOL Bullet #153 One of the issues discussed during the May 28 2004 hearing in the Michael Jackson “case” was the issue of bail; in particular, how prosecutors are using flimsy reasons to set and hold on to the excessive bail amount.Judge Melville has yet to issue a ruling on whether the bail amount will be decreased as of this writing.In an incredibly scathing motion, Michael Jackson’s defense lays into the prosecution’s nonsensical and illogical argument to hold on to the $3M bail.The 32 page document includes some insight into how prosecutors are treating Jackson in relation to other citizens of the county and also includes a document in support of bail reduction written by Jackson family attorney Brian Oxman.

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