Sunday, June 13, 2021
Fraud from inside and outside the courtroom - at adjustercom.net
The preliminary hearing for Dr. Uwaydah manager Leticia Lemus went forward once again on January 27th 2021. Her defense attorney, George Shohet, who just began representing her at the beginning of January, continued to bumble around in not knowing most of the discovery.
Shohet asked the witness, Sergeant Tim McCrillis, if his interviewee, Dr. Uwaydah clerk and front desk receptionist Delmy Martinez, was heard by him directly when she testified at her first session of the grand jury proceedings. McCrillis had to remind Shohet that at the grand jury proceedings it’s not allowed for another witness to be in the room. This is something Shohet should have known as an attorney of his experience and in his capacity in this proceeding—the preliminary hearing of his client, Leticia Lemus. Or perhaps we should say that Dr. Uwaydah is the client, for he is clearly the one paying the tab, and Leticia is at his mercy.
Ms. Lemus had been a manager for Dr. Uwaydah who grew into a trusted person of his inner circle. Previously, she had been a capping coordinator.
Shohet asked if he’d ever read Delmy Martinez’s testimony from the grand jury proceedings. McCrillis said he may have; he wasn’t certain. He remembered he’d had a copy of that given to him. But it had... Read More
It's the late morning, January 27th 2021, Wednesday
Leticia Lemus's defense attorney, George Shohet, then wanted to know from witness Sergeant McCrillis if a staff person checked a... Read More