More Good News For Reiser

March 27, 2007

Inside Bay Area writes in

Police have yet to locate Nina Reiser’s body and much of the evidence against Reiser is circumstantial.

“He knows that they don’t have the evidence to convict him and he just wants to go home,” said Daniel Horowitz, a seasoned murder defense attorney who represented Reiser for two weeks. “Usually, time helps the defense, witness and evidence fades, the time makes a jury feel the case is unimportant.

“Reiser doesn’t want memories to fade. He just wants to get it done with and move on,” Horowitz added.

Reiser began that process Friday when he pleaded not guilty to the charge of murder and refused to waive time. As a result, his trial is scheduled to begin May 7

Reise’s case is looking better by the day. He believes his trial will be over soon and him proclaimed innocent. He has refused to seek bail because he is concentrating all of his time and money on his legal defense. Hang in there Hans! You’ll be out soon.


One Response to “More Good News For Reiser”

  1. Fools Gold Says:

    Seeking admission to bail and concentrating on his defense would not appear to be conflicting goals. Any assets that would have to be pledged as part of his admission to bail are in no way available to him if he remains incarcerated. You may be trying to depict his remaining incarcerated as some sort of noble option he has selected or as some path required for his defense: it is neither.

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