Judge Makes Mistake In Allowing Letting Jury Hear Drug Cartel Evidence

Not all evidence is admissible to prove something.  A judge has the power to exclude certain evidence if its introduction would cause undue prejudice, consume too much time for its value, confuse a juror, cause undue sympathy or is just irrelevant in the judge’s discretion.  The following case summary epitomizes this principal in a drug case where evidence of a drug cartel being involved was introduced.  Click on the following link to read about this –http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-2097413.html.

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