Dominique Strauss-Kahn: Accuser's Lawyer Predicts Dismissal
The New York Times reports the lawyer for the accuser in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case got a letter inviting his client to a meeting at the DA's office Monday, one day before the DA will announce in court whether he is dropping charges against DSK.
Kenneth Thompson, the lawyer, predicts charges will be dropped. Why? From the terse tone of the letter, and because:
“If they were not going to dismiss the charges,” Mr. Thompson added on Saturday, “there would be no need to meet with her. They would just go to court the next day to say, ‘We’re going to proceed with the case.’ ”
Then there's this statement in the letter: [More...]
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