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If I were his lawyer, I'd be advising him to cop a plea. It's not as if anybody has a fortune the lawyer can suck up. It might be an interesting legal exercise to go throught all this garbage trying to get the search warrant thrown out, but I don't think they would ever manage to have the torso declared inadmissable.

Can you imagine the outcry that would cause?


Steven Grant is a chronic psycotic. He WILL have a trial where he runs Tara through the mud.(without one thought to the pain he will forever cause their children.) He NEEDS a trial to tell the world "poor me" look what she did first.He craves the attention. He deserves the death penality. And he pisses me off being in a wheel chair on the news.He can walk. His trial will be a long,costly, dispicable defense display before finally guilty. Where is the justice in that? Taras children and family will be tortured by that evil man for years to come. I pray God bless and keep Taras family. The justice system wont.

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