Oct 4 - Inmate Punches His Lawyer In The Face After Being Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison

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 6 years ago '08        #1
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Oct 4 - Inmate Punches His Lawyer In The Face After Being Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison
 

 

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A York County, South Carolina inmate earned himself more time in prison after punching his lawyer in the face while in court.

Lamarcus Williamson, 30, had just been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to robbery, a.ssault and drug charges. As he was being led away he suddenly turns toward his public defender and punches him in the face.

“I was shocked, I didn’t see it coming. I hit the floor,” said attorney Dan Hall.

Williamson was charged with criminal contempt and will get six more months added to his 15-year sentence.

It was worth it!!!

93 comments for "Oct 4 - Inmate Punches His Lawyer In The Face After Being Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison"

 6 years ago '07        #2
budlightextra 1 heat pts
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I see nothing wrong
 6 years ago '04        #3
LightWeight 16 heat pts16
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If my public defender was promising me less time and lesser punishment and the opposite happened id prolly do the same thing if i was goin in for 15, but i wouldnt even have my a.ss out in that situation tho....1
 10-04-2012, 07:47 PM         #4
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Looks like the floor was wet and he slipped while turning to the door
 6 years ago '04        #5
getyagameup 24 heat pts24
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pubic defenders, not a typo, are just that...pubes. they don't really help with sh*t. if you don't have a paid lawyer, you're fu*ked. period. they work for the courts so they aren't really going to fu*k with the courts on most cases. this justice system is just a system.
 6 years ago '04        #6
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you aint beating no cases with a public defender.... tha fu*k.
 10-05-2012, 06:19 AM         #7
Got Cheeve? 
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 getyagameup said:
pubic defenders, not a typo, are just that...pubes. they don't really help with sh*t. if you don't have a paid lawyer, you're fu*ked. period. they work for the courts so they aren't really going to fu*k with the courts on most cases. this justice system is just a system.
I remember my case. Dude never even told me the day of the trial. In fact, he lied and said the day of my trial was just another hearing and it was later. I'm waiting that day, they skip my last name and I'm thinking, "what the hell?" Well they skipped it because they do the trials at the end. Next thing I know my PD shows up and there's three witnesses testifying against me. I was heated. Dude just went through the motions, the three witnesses obviously never saw me before, they threw one out because they didn't know anything they were talking about, the others had me do a 360 with my arms out and said, "Well... I mean, he looks different... but yeah... that's him." The PD didn't do sh*t. He was the typical sleezy, cheap suit wearing, dandruff all over his shoulders, comb over, Jewy lawyer guy (no offense to Jews, but a lot of y'all be lawyers )

I know they never saw me, they knew they never saw me, even the judge knew they were lying. Yet at the end, the judge told me, "Well obviously it was someone else there, but I'm not sure you didn't have something to do with it, so I sentence you guilty, but adjudication withheld. I couldn't believe that sh*t Dude literally said it was someone else but I'm saying guilty anyways. At that point I just started laughing and the PD told me to be quiet and pipe down, I told him to go fu*k himself lowly so only he and I could hear it. He didn't say sh*t.

I got 3 months probation and fines.

Oh yeah, I'm white, so that whole, "White people always get off" sh*t definitely doesn't fly. The judge even said he knew it wasn't me and still gave me guilty. No white privilege there
 10-05-2012, 10:45 AM         #8
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 Got Cheeve? said:
I remember my case. Dude never even told me the day of the trial. In fact, he lied and said the day of my trial was just another hearing and it was later. I'm waiting that day, they skip my last name and I'm thinking, "what the hell?" Well they skipped it because they do the trials at the end. Next thing I know my PD shows up and there's three witnesses testifying against me. I was heated. Dude just went through the motions, the three witnesses obviously never saw me before, they threw one out because they didn't know anything they were talking about, the others had me do a 360 with my arms out and said, "Well... I mean, he looks different... but yeah... that's him." The PD didn't do sh*t. He was the typical sleezy, cheap suit wearing, dandruff all over his shoulders, comb over, Jewy lawyer guy (no offense to Jews, but a lot of y'all be lawyers )

I know they never saw me, they knew they never saw me, even the judge knew they were lying. Yet at the end, the judge told me, "Well obviously it was someone else there, but I'm not sure you didn't have something to do with it, so I sentence you guilty, but adjudication withheld. I couldn't believe that sh*t Dude literally said it was someone else but I'm saying guilty anyways. At that point I just started laughing and the PD told me to be quiet and pipe down, I told him to go fu*k himself lowly so only he and I could hear it. He didn't say sh*t.

I got 3 months probation and fines.

Oh yeah, I'm white, so that whole, "White people always get off" sh*t definitely doesn't fly. The judge even said he knew it wasn't me and still gave me guilty. No white privilege there
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 6 years ago '07        #9
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PDs just go thru the motions, they ain't bout to put in no work for you
 6 years ago '09        #10
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Lol a PD for a case like that
 6 years ago '07        #11
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 LightWeight said:
If my public defender was promising me less time and lesser punishment and the opposite happened id prolly do the same thing if i was goin in for 15, but i wouldnt even have my a.ss out in that situation tho....1
you'd be surprised at some of the bullsh*t that could land you 15 years.. Victimless crimes account for the majority of American prisoners. Way too many bullsh*t laws and they're multiplying.
 10-05-2012, 07:42 PM         #12
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ON TO THE REAL ISSUE HERE

























































WHO IS THIS BAD BYTCH?


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 6 years ago '09        #13
That Guy Fly 21 heat pts21
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n*gga I laughed hysterically while reading the title so you know once the video came up I lost it.
 6 years ago '05        #14
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If u doin dirt better keep dem pre paid lawyers on deck
 6 years ago '11        #15
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I had a P.D. just stand there while the judge was asking me legal questions that I didn't know too much about at the time. My P.D. was standin about 3 feet away, Im lookin at dude like what should I say and he just stared at me like "Damn Its Almost Lunch Time". Didnt say sh*t the whole time even when the judge said she was going to send me up state.

I could have Lamarcussed the sh*tt out of dude that day
 10-06-2012, 03:49 AM         #16
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 Silencer said:
I had a P.D. just stand there while the judge was asking me legal questions that I didn't know too much about at the time. My P.D. was standin about 3 feet away, Im lookin at dude like what should I say and he just stared at me like "Damn Its Almost Lunch Time". Didnt say sh*t the whole time even when the judge said she was going to send me up state.

I could have Lamarcussed the sh*tt out of dude that day
 6 years ago '06        #17
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Worked in the Queens County court system for 5 yrs as a court liaison.

1.) Don't get arrested and you won't have to worry about shabby a.ss P.Ds fu*kin you over..

2.) You can get a paid lawyer who is just as lazy as a public defender..it's all about the person at the end of the day..

I've seen some private lawyers who were fu*kin worthless..

I've seen some P.Ds who have run circles around the prosecution..

Alot of P.Ds don't want to enter the private sector because $ begins taint their purpose of practicing law in the 1st place..think about it..they're willing to take less and help the general public, rather than select their clientele and charge large sums of guap..

You n*ggaz are over generalizing.. Just my two..carry on.
 10-06-2012, 08:38 AM         #18
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 FoShizzle8 said:
alot of people slip next to other people and dont punch them in the face though


i mean,if you dont wanna do the time,dont do the crime
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DERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!
 10-06-2012, 08:48 AM         #19
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I never got arrested though which was the weird part. After the incident happened, an entire year passed and I completely forgot about it. My address on my license was still my mom's house and not where I was living, so one day my mom calls me up bi*ching me out talking about she just got a summons in the mail addressed to me. She kept yelling at me, "What did you do!!? WHAT DID YOU DO!?"

I had no fu*king clue, like I said, I completely forgot because it had been a year and more and I sat there trying to think, and I had to keep saying, "I'm serious, I have no idea... I don't know." Which she took as my lying, but I just didn't know. Finally I showed up to the court house and they said what it was for and I was like, "OOooooohhhh."
 6 years ago '05        #20
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 omniscience said:
Worked in the Queens County court system for 5 yrs as a court liaison.

1.) Don't get arrested and you won't have to worry about shabby a.ss P.Ds fu*kin you over..

2.) You can get a paid lawyer who is just as lazy as a public defender..it's all about the person at the end of the day..

I've seen some private lawyers who were fu*kin worthless..

I've seen some P.Ds who have run circles around the prosecution..

Alot of P.Ds don't want to enter the private sector because $ begins taint their purpose of practicing law in the 1st place..think about it..they're willing to take less and help the general public, rather than select their clientele and charge large sums of guap..

You n*ggaz are over generalizing.. Just my two..carry on.

:ohhellnonas:

Justice system is organized crime in itself.
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