Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Couey housemates aren't in clear yet

A lawyer(Bill Grant) appears on The O'Reilly Factor to say time has run out on prosecutors, but Chief Assistant State Attorney Ric Ridgway says not exactly. Read the rest of the St. Pete Times Article HERE.

Check out this interesting tidbit.
Ridgway said Grant worked as an assistant state attorney in King's office from 2003 to 2004. During his time at the office, Grant worked as a misdemeanor prosecutor, Ridgway said.

Grant resigned from the office after an incident at the Inverness Huddle House restaurant, according to letters between Brad King and a witness.

Witnesses said Grant quarreled with a waiter about a bill.

"Mr. Grant's behavior is an embarrassment to me, and the other employees of my office," King wrote in a letter to a woman who witnessed the argument.


And how about this nice shot.
Ridgway said he doesn't put much faith in the legal analysis of many of O'Reilly's guests.

"If you're interested in learning criminal procedure... you'd be better off watching episodes of Law and Order than the experts that Bill O'Reilly brings on," he said.

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