Gal Pissetzky who's Hushpuppi counsel and also a top Chicago lawyer, has reacted to claims that he's no longer defending the suspected internet Fraduster, according to him, although his client was denied bail and transferred to California, the case is getting more better.
He also denied reports that he was no longer defending hushpuppi. He told the Punch he would still be defending him in California and boost that hushpuppi stands a good chance of being acquitted. In his words, he said;
“I am still representing him. I will be in California for the case.
“Our legal system is quite different from yours. That he was denied bail does not mean his case is getting worse. Actually, I think it’s getting better. I am not, however, allowed to comment on the facts of the case."
He however stated that the FBI has no new evidence against his client and denied reports that things are getting worse for him. Do you think hushpuppi would escape jail time as he's lawyer is really a good one.
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