Unfortunate for Chris Brown but fortunate for justice, Chris Brown’s assault case is going forward after a judge in Washington on Monday rejected a request to dismiss it.
Chris Brown’s lawyers decided to argue on legal technicalities for dismissal, saying, because prosecutors abused the grand jury process to prepare for trial, the case should be dismissed…
According Chris’ lawyer-Mark Geragos, prosecutors used the grand jury to ‘freeze’ the testimony of the alleged victim in the case, a man who says Brown and his bodyguard punched him outside a Washington hotel in October.
Geragos went as far as saying, Chris’ assault is ‘the most investigated misdemeanor of all time.’
But Judge Patricia Wynn did not fall for the arguments. She agreed with prosecutors that they had a right to use the grand jury to assess the strength of their case.
She said, ‘I am persuaded that there was no abuse’ and also ordered that Chris Brown and his bodyguard be tried separately.
According to the Court’s schedule, Chris Brown’s bodyguard-Christopher Hollosy, will start his trial April 17 while Brown’s trial will begin after Hollosy’s ends.
The two cases will be decided by a judge, not a jury.
With Chris Brown’s legal team seeking for dismissal and the case to be heard by a judge, Chris Brown and his fans must pray hard…