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Dry Prong Wildcat
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lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
Can Flynn and Popodoplous(sp) and Manafort get off?


Rougarou13
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Jackson MS
Member since Feb 2015
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
I’m not a lawyer, but I imagine it would have to be investigated. If the memo is found to be correct then I think it would have to be fruit of the poison tree.


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AUstar
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
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Can Flynn and Popodoplous(sp) and Manafort get off?



Flynn definitely will. His sentencing was mysteriously postponed a few days ago (Mueller knew what was in the memo).


Wtodd
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
If the charges are dropped against Flynn, the entire left world will die


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Gaspergou202
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Metairie, LA
Member since Jun 2016
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
Not a lawyer but Mueller is feeling the power structure ”Schiff” beneath his feet!


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MastrShake
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SoCal
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
because really thats the only point to any of this. you just dont want trump investigated.


KosmoCramer
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Member since Dec 2007
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
The trickiest part is coming back from the guilty plea, not just getting evidence thrown out.

There is more than just the memo though. People named IN the memo questioned flynn.


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KiwiHead
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
I'm not sure on Manafort because his indictments really have more to do with money laundering and tax evasion pre Trump canidacy

If I were PapaD, I would quickly stop cooperating with the SC. Same with Flynn and if I were their attorney, I would tell Mueller or Weissman or whomever was in front of me, to eat shite.....then I would sue Fusion GPS, the Law Firm (Coie), Glenn Simpson, personally and even Christopher Steele


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Gaspergou202
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Metairie, LA
Member since Jun 2016
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
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because really thats the only point to any of this. you just dont want trump investigated.

Trump has been investigated for 2 years, legally and illegally. No PROOF has ever been found.

You just don’t want to drop the distraction of the pointless investigation.


BBONDS25
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
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because really thats the only point to any of this. you just dont want trump investigated.


Do you support the illegal acts of the FBI?


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zeebo
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
Yes. We have some clients that got off when the cop was found to be dirty.


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cajunandy
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New Orleans
Member since Nov 2015
205 posts

re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
This memo lays out a blueprint on how to attack the validity of the FISA warrant by defense attorneys. If the court rules that the FISA warrant and its extensions should not have been granted then all the evidence obtained through the warrant is subject to exclusion. Further, any evidence obtained by the use of the illegally obtained evidence is also subject to exclusion.( Fruit of the poisonous tree.)


FooManChoo
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
If the investigations themselves were started based on knowingly-false or inaccurate evidence, there could be a case for throwing out the charges. This sort of thing happens all the time when "guilty" people weren't read their rights or proper warrants weren't obtained, etc.

This could be why the Flynn sentencing was postponed.


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zeebo
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
But ask six different lawyers and you get seven different answers.


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ELVIS U
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London
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4869 posts

re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
Well, they both plead so they waived a lot of rights when they did that, including motions to suppress evidence. However, this is "new" evidence that, had it been known at the time, might have lead them to a decision other than to plead guilty, so they might file a motion for new trial and hope they can start the whole thing over again.


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tigerbaitlawyer
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re: lawyers....would the doctrine of "fruit of the poison tree" apply?
yes


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