With recent outcome of Hushpuppi been denied bail there have been report that top chigago criminal lawyer Gal Pissetzky, had dumped the alleged fraudster. Pissetzky has came out to react to the claims that he had left his client.
He revealed that the case only got better even though he was denied bail for his client Hushpuppi and then was transferred to California.
He emphasis that the FBI has no new evidence against his client at this point and he is optimistic that Hushpuppi stands a chance to be acquainted.
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. "
“There is no new evidence put forward by the FBI at this point. Whatever news report that suggests things are getting worse for him is not true.” he added
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