Nancy Grace: How often is it that women drop charges against their lovers,
their boyfriends, their husbands, their exes? Tell me the truth.
David Wolfe: Pretty frequently. Particularly when they are lying in the
911 calls. That was the most orchestrated, prepared bit of nonsense I’d
ever heard in my life.
Nancy Grace: Jason Lamm, why are you shaking your head? He had a long gun
– you could hear him in the background – all the items she
was talking about him breaking were broken…
Jason Lamm: I didn’t hear anything breaking.
Nancy Grace: I didn’t say that. I think you’re probably hearing
yourself talking more than anything else.
Jason Lamm: Nancy, the fact is, this is a he-said-she-said case, and you
know as a former prosecutor how tough it is to go up there and impeach
your key witness. You have to get up there as a prosecutor and say your
witness is lying.
Nancy Grace: Jason Lamm, defense attorney, no, that never happened to me
in court. I never had that problem. Maybe you two have to impeach your
own witnesses. I never had that problem.