Guy James Gray Interview

Guy James Gray and  his client didn’t talk for six weeks before trial:

When asked, “How can you defend a guy when you’re not communicating with him?”, Gray replies:

I filed a motion asking to get off the case. The judge didn’t want a delay, and he made me try it, and I tried it.

So having asked to get off the case, you’ve got no further duty to do things like communicate with your client? What a whiner. (Did I mention that he’s a former prosecutor? Just checking.)

The one bright spot: he’s retiring.

0 responses to “Guy James Gray Interview”

  1. I hope someone is saving all this stuff for the poor defendant. He is gonna need it for his post conviction/habeas ineffective assistance of counsel claim.

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