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Kendall Coffey on Russian Interference in 2016 Election

Sam Nunberg spoke about the potential path of Robert Mueller’s investigation on Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. In several interviews, he suggests that prosecutors may be building a case against President Trump. At one point, he suggested that Trump knew in advance about the meeting his son held at Trump Tower where he allegedly shared dirt with the Russians about Hillary Clinton. Yet, Nunberg hasn’t been able to provide anything to back up his claims. “Witnesses like this, the more colorful and inconsistent they are, become almost un-usable or very limited, except for the documents they can produce,” said Kendall Coffey, a former U.S. attorney in Miami. “In the case of Nunberg, he has thrown a deck full of wild cards into the investigation.” Read the full article here:...

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Kendall Coffey on the Adam Matos Trial

Kendall Coffey took some time to speak with Heather Hansen from the Law & Crime Network about the Adam Matos murder case. 32-year-old Adam Matos has been accused of quadruple murder. Matos’ ex- girlfriend, her parents, and her new boyfriend were found stacked on top of each other less than a mile away from their Hudson, FL home. Heather said that she was shocked that the attorneys haven’t questioned many of the witnesses and asked Coffey’s opinion on why. Coffey said, “Well, I think they recognize that this is a horrible crime, four murders. In some instances, extreme brutality in the manner of death and that the evidence is absolutely overwhelming. What do you do in a case like this? You hope that at the end of the trial where you expect guilty on everything, you’ve still got some jurors that might have an open mind to not sentencing your client to death. As you know, in very difficult murder cases, it’s a huge win for the defense if rather than a death sentence, their client is sentenced to life in prison. That seems like an odd goal of a strategy, but in some cases, that’s the best you can possibly hope...

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