Randy Tundidor’s Spencer Hearing is now mired in controversy, at least from a legal ethics standpoint. Attorney Joe Pappacoda testified this morning that fellow defense attorney Jim Lewis advised the Tundidors to get rid of a firearm that could be used against them if discovered by police.
Quite a bombshell, and if true, big trouble for Lewis, and possibly for Pappacoda, if he failed to report it. If it’s a false allegation, Pappacoda will have to answer for not being truthful on the stand.
When reached a few minutes ago, Lewis wasted no time in expressing his anger at Pappacoda. Here’s what he said:
“I don’t know where Joe got this from, but I never told or would tell a client to hide or destroy evidence.”
Mainstream media is all over this one, so stay tuned as Broward’s criminal justice system is once again thrust into the spotlight in the worst possible terms …
Coming Soon – Where’s Peter?