History Recap / LawAndOrderS6E9BloodLibel

14th Aug '13 7:19:02 AM Viira
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At voir dire[[hottip:*: jury selection ]], Kincaid asks a Mr. Carson if he's ever used a slur to describe a Jewish person. Carson says that he might have, but never did so to someone's face.

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At voir dire[[hottip:*: dire[[note]] jury selection ]], [[/note]], Kincaid asks a Mr. Carson if he's ever used a slur to describe a Jewish person. Carson says that he might have, but never did so to someone's face.



"Mr. Payne simply wants to exclude them. That's unconstitutional, even for preemptory challenges[[hottip:*: these are challenges where jurors are excluded without the lawyer needing to give a reason.]]."\\

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"Mr. Payne simply wants to exclude them. That's unconstitutional, even for preemptory challenges[[hottip:*: challenges[[note]] these are challenges where jurors are excluded without the lawyer needing to give a reason.]].[[/note]]."\\



Sabloff testifies that Kovax was the go-to person for asking foundations to donate money to the school. Payne asks how much money Kovax raised. When Sabloff won't answer, saying he doesn't know, Payne asks for (and receives) permission to treat Sabloff as hostile [[hottip:*: this means that Payne can now ask leading questions]]. Payne asks if the school received nearly three million dollars due to Kovax's actions. Payne reiterates that Kovax was a great teacher and fundraiser, and so was a valuable asset to the school. Payne asks if Sabloff told Briscoe this, and Sabloff says that he did. Payne then asks if Briscoe called him to ask about Kovax's whereabouts on the night of the murder. Sabloff remembers this; it was when he told Briscoe that he'd seen Kovax leave at about 6:30.

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Sabloff testifies that Kovax was the go-to person for asking foundations to donate money to the school. Payne asks how much money Kovax raised. When Sabloff won't answer, saying he doesn't know, Payne asks for (and receives) permission to treat Sabloff as hostile [[hottip:*: [[note]] this means that Payne can now ask leading questions]].questions[[/note]]. Payne asks if the school received nearly three million dollars due to Kovax's actions. Payne reiterates that Kovax was a great teacher and fundraiser, and so was a valuable asset to the school. Payne asks if Sabloff told Briscoe this, and Sabloff says that he did. Payne then asks if Briscoe called him to ask about Kovax's whereabouts on the night of the murder. Sabloff remembers this; it was when he told Briscoe that he'd seen Kovax leave at about 6:30.
24th Dec '12 9:53:48 PM Prfnoff
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Payne shrugs this off, saying that he only filed some briefs for the Klan but isn't actually a member. He says that he and Marsdale will argue that Hastings is being framed by Jewish conspirators in order to cover up the real murderer, Kovax (who is also Jewish).

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Payne shrugs this off, saying that he only filed some briefs for the Klan TheKlan but isn't actually a member. He says that he and Marsdale will argue that Hastings is being framed by Jewish conspirators in order to cover up the real murderer, Kovax (who is also Jewish).
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