Listen: Adecco, DAN, Ten Percent discussed on Undisclosed
"Of the motion researching case law that would support overturning returning the verdict based on some of the issues that were glaringly clear in the states closing arguments. Here's erica so in a motion for new trial. He's he's still going to be the defendant but he's been party. Yeah i mean he's not going to be the appellant until he's in the court of special appeals okay so he remains the defendant in the motion for new trial but he's moving party so the burden of production and the burden of persuasion is on the defendant so right it shifts and <hes> this is where we were applying abuse of discretion standard so basically he has to demonstrate that the courts particular ruling on on whatever issue so for example if the defense objected to an argument <hes> the state's argument in closing <hes> in court tonight it then and they're making that argument again and the motion for new trial that adecco ruling was sort of so oh beyond the pale so out of the ordinary that the air was such that it could have changed the outcome of the trial but like step one the a court ruling was completely erroneous and then step to that that error praise a possibility that the result would have been different so it granted a motion for new trial he would hear it. If the case went up to the court especial appeal and was reversed it will get remanded back to the same judge to hear it again. You heard right then it could potentially go back in the hopper and goes to someone else but generally speaking <music> would go back to the same judge typically <music>. Did you know that according to studies only about ten percent of break ins are planned beforehand the rest just for the moment crimes of opportunity in other words there random but not completely because the criminals are looking for places that are vulnerable and by the way july and august are win. Dan the most burglaries occur and what's crazy is that only one in five homes have home security.."