Bryant Gerley Munoz, 19, is far from the ideal criminal defense client. Munoz was in court for a drug charge in Houston, Texas when he decided to take pictures up the skirt of a legal assistant — in front of a deputy sheriff.
To make this all the more difficult from a criminal defense perspective, the officer is visible in the pictures, which can now be used as evidence in his new charges. He faces two years in jail on the crime.
Most criminal defense lawyers do not feel the necessity of asking their clients to refrain from committing crimes in the courthouse.
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As they say on the internets, pix or it didn’t happen.
I’m pretty sure no matter what law the local jurisdiction relies upon that this guy is guilty of felony stupidity. While of course that “crime” has no jail time proper attached to the sentence, it is usually a life sentence anyway.
I am trying not to laugh on this, but what is the crime that he has been charged with? Taking a picture without consent. That that I want my daughters picture taken.
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