Chesapeake Trial

3 09 2008

Usually it is the defendant that wants a trial moved for a less biased jurisdiction, not the prosecution. If trials were moved merely because the crime has gotten the attention of the press, it would get out of hand quick. The only reason that it got the attention that it did was because Chesapeake Police were less than forthcoming about what actually happened. Ryan Frederick’s story actually stayed the same, the Police’s story is the one that changed. That is what has led to speculation about the case (not the media’s fault for once). I say let the man face his jury in Chesapeake. The judge cannot allow the city to move its trial for the sole reason as that it would benefit their case. That’s wrong. If they truly have the evidence that they need to show that he is guilty, then it doesn’t matter where the trial takes place.




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