Host: The boyfriend has been cooperating. He has not gotten an attorney.
He’s saying things freely. Are you concerned about that as a defense lawyer?
Jason Lamm: It’s not the advice that I’d give my client, but
in the boyfriend’s mind, if he’s innocent, he has nothing
to hide. The investigation needs to focus on the truth, not the blame
game. In this country, we have something called the presumption of innocence.
God help me for sounding like Donald Trump, but this is America. He is
innocent until proven guilty. Why don’t we take a look at his phone?
I’m sure he’d cooperate, because phones not only tell you
who you are talking to, but they tell you where the phone has been. Phones
coordinate with cell phone towers, so maybe the boyfriend’s phone
will show and his phone records will show that he was home the entire
night. That would eliminate him as a suspect. That would get us to the truth.