Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Ed Marod Offers Legal Advice to Casey Anthony!

Should Casey Anthony buy a house in Florida?

Here is WPB attorney Ed Marod's free, unsolicited advice:
"Consider the amount of scrutiny she's getting, buying a house in Orlando is not the greatest idea for her to begin with," said Marod. "There are ways to get at, even a homestead. It's just that in the Supreme Court of Florida they're saying a homestead is a homestead. It may be a good idea for her to do that."
Ok, what exactly does this mean?
Is Ed saying she should buy a house here, or not, or just that she MAY buy a house but that the asset MAY or MAY NOT be protected?

I think what the bowtied one is saying is "sometimes a homestead really is just a homestead."


Beowulf said...

That's what O.J. did

swlip said...

Alternative headline: "Lawyer Might Have Opinion!"

Anonymous said...

You get what you pay for.

Anonymous said...

DBR finally gets around to your Marc Brumer story.

The Constant Complainer said...

You know what they say about free legal advice. Haha!!! Just kidding. But I think Casey would be foolish to live in Orlando. She's not going to go into seclusion in some North Dakota city like some people think. She'll show up, but I'm thinking it will be somewhere in CA - you know; where the money is.

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