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Oct 26 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Fiona Apple is in PG district court almost everyday. What she says about the pretrial services here is absolutely true and having practiced in other jurisdictions, I’ve never seen anything like it. They do usurp the judges by refusing to release people ORDERED released
I never talk about my job on here, except in the most general terms but as a public defender please listen to her. Courts must stay open to the public and easily accessible. Court Watch PG has helped many indigent clients and should be allowed to do so
Aug 6 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
This is some weird behavior to me. You seem to be really emotionally invested in this. Why don’t you make your own video reviewing the indictment and your own tweet thread in which you come up with your own opinions? In my opinion, she was murdered. I am entitled to my opinion
In a colloquial discourse, people will often say “murdered” when referring to a person being killed another. Since when are you the Twitter language police. Get off my thread.
Aug 6 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
I answered him in the QT and that’s why I would prefer if @LawSelfDefense would just DM me directly if he has questions because his followers apparently think they’re going to get in on some dragging here. Everything I said was in the indictment is in the indictment…
Some pretty dark stuff was uncovered when reviewing the indictment of the officers in the Breonna Taylor case. 🧵
1. Joshua Jaynes & Kyle Meany applied for a search warrant, under the penalty of perjury. In that SW they made three false allegations (a) Breonna Taylor’s ex boyfriend was receiving packages to her home (b) he lived in her residence and (c) the post office confirmed this
Jun 7 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
You do not have “the receipts” @atlblog This is extremely disappointing. I emailed your editor, @stacizaretsky and sent her a copy of my tweet thread which was written ON 6/2/22 at SIX AM. An entire day before any draft was submitted. Your author took verbatim lines from me!
Then while it was in your custody for a draft, it took on the same format and substance as the article I published the day before you published yours. According to the law and the facts? Just admit you steal black Women’s work and Columbus the shit out of it.
Jun 2 • 32 tweets • 9 min read
Here’s why Amber Heard lost. According to the law and the facts. 🧵 Johnny Depp sued Amber heard for defamation of character. So he had to prove by “a preponderance of the evidence” that AH published a statement, that was false, that harmed his reputation, that was about him…
Because JD is a public figure, he had to prove that AH acted with “actual malice” in doing these things, which is a higher standard than what non public figures face. This means AH acted with a reckless disregard for the truth and didn’t just honestly believe her claims….
Feb 18 • 11 tweets • 3 min read
Hi. My name is Natalie. I’m a criminal defense attorney. In my free time I make videos on YouTube. They’re mostly just fun and educational videos about the law. In the past year+ I’ve reached 75k subscribers. I didn’t start covering the #dariuscooks saga because I want clout 🧵
My #dariuscooks videos have the least amount of views of almost anything I cover. I spend way more time researching them than I do anything else, so it costs me time I could be filming more lucrative content. I don’t put brand deals on the videos either 🧵