Justice will be served things just take a little bit more time here...
POSitive vibes only pleaseYup, there was so much justice served on the people involved in Odebrecht wasn't there? Or for that Welsh woman who apparently killed her husband, found guilty and was allowed to get on a plane back home. I have zero faith in the Dominican justice system.
I understand .. let try to be positive and yes we all know how things work here..Lindsay was a truly remarkable lady who gave so many people so much inspiration. The fact is that Dominican justice often produces atrocious results. We all know that. We are all hoping that the trial gets to the bottom of what actually happened, and punishes those who were responsible. But I think all of us who know the country well are bracing ourselves just in case that doesn't happen. Trying to be as positive as possible but also realistic.
I thought the same, absolute madness even for the DR! Am I missing something but surely running them back to back or in drinks and drabs still takes the same amount of time.I am really surprised that they keep having a one-day session and then have to wait a few weeks before another one-day session. Surely after waiting for so long they could have estimated the length of time the trial is likely to take and then started it and kept going until it was concluded? I can't imagine any other country doing a murder trial in one-day drips and drabs.
Im presuming, perhaps wrongly that he won’t have any access to any assets or finances while on remand or if found guilty?
Is that a good thing? At least one more month of jail for the “alleged criminals”?
Every day they spend in jail is a good day IMO.So many questions. The 4 men are all on trial together? Are they
all housed together in the same prison? What about the properties (the home they owned and the property in Barahona) Lindsy and the husband owned together? Would that be confiscated if he is found guilty? If convicted will he still be able to be a lawyer when he gets out of jail?