This past weekend, six people were killed by gun violence in Kalamazoo. The alleged gunman was an Uber driver who, authorities say, has admitted to the shootings. However, the suspect is pleading not guilty in court.
While a guest on Michigan’s Big Show with Michael Patrick Shields this week, attorney Brian P. Morley was asked how an alleged criminal can say he was involved with a crime but then plead not guilty.
“The legal question will become, ‘is he criminally responsible’ for the crime, ” said Morley. “That’s why you plead not guilty at this stage.”
Morley and Shields also discussed the current television series “The People vs O.J. Simpson” and how that trial is captivating audiences now, just as it did 20 years ago.
“DNA was relatively new at the time,” Morley said. “It wasn’t as commonplace as it is now.”
To hear the full interview with Morley, on both topics, CLICK HERE.
For more information on this blog post, or other criminal or family law concerns, contact Lansing attorney Brian P. Morley at 517.377.0873, or email@example.com. Brian Morley is a skilled attorney specializing in criminal defense and family law, with the added experience of nearly a decade as a certified police officer. He was recently selected by peers for inclusion once again in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 in the field of DUI/DWI Defense.