Jury Duty: Evidence (Part 2)
If you missed Jury Duty: Evidence (Part 1) get caught up here: Jury Duty: Evidence (Part One)
Reggie here, from Law Offices of Reginald T. Kittola with Part 2 of the Jury Duty: Evidence story.
Here is successful legal defense strategy we utilized in Bear’s case. First of all, Bear refused to answer any questions until legal counsel was present. Smart dog, Bear. Once we were able to hear the actual events of what transpired, it was easy for us to successfully defend Bear.
Here’s what really happened: Bear didn’t eat the pizza. No, he sure didn’t. Mom had parked her car close to a large tree.
Our investigator visited the crime scene. And after careful observation, he discovered two ground squirrels living in the tree. It wasn’t the first time someone unsuspecting had parked under the squirrels’ tree with food in their car.
The squirrels decided they might as well take advantage of this frequent opportunity to easily acquire rations. So they became quite adept at scurrying down the tree, hopping into cars and stealing items of food.
And no one was the wiser. That is until we were the heroes and figured it out. Danged squirrels. Who knew?
Well, yeah, of course, Bear knew.
Moral of the story: always, always hire the best legal defense team you can — like us, Law Offices of Reginald T. Kittola.
That is all. Until next Thursday’s Talk to the Tail episode.