Walter B. Prince, a litigation partner at the Boston law firm Prince Lobel Tye LLP, states that “it doesn’t bode well for the next defendant” noting that Tazhayakov’s decision not to testify in his own defense during the trial may prompt Kadyrbayev’s lawyers to put him on the stand. “Otherwise the jury is left with just the FBI’s version of what occurred,” Prince said. Click here for the complete article.
Walter Prince is a former federal prosecutor in Boston and a founding partner of Prince Lobel.