Rothschild also said he was compelled to find another judge to try the case because of Padowitz's motion for a speedy trial."There's no way this case is going to get tried in a week," Rothschild said, noting that he is scheduled to be out of town next week.Just like that, Judge Lisa Porter found herself presiding over the case of the penis defense."I believe it's pertinent," Padowitz said of the jury's ability to view his client's penis. "How is the defendant going to be erect when the jury views it?Below, we compiled the responses and a few standout comments into an infographic created by our own Jessica Kane.Scroll all the way to the bottom for our thoughts on the matter.No V-day plan is complete without the right gift for your significant other, and while many will end the day with some action, there’s something in store for couples living miles apart too.A cam site called Cam Soda has come up with a way for people to send a customised virtual oral sex experience to their significant other over the internet.
- Attorneys argued in court Monday over whether the penis of a South Florida man accused of killing his girlfriend should be shown to the jury in his murder trial.
Padowitz said viewing the penis is "material and relevant" because it "is essential for them to fully understand Dr.
Wright's testimony and the defense in this case."Rothschild said Monday that he was disappointed to learn of the motion through the media instead of receiving a courtesy call from attorneys.
Deputy Ted Arboleda was arrested on a charge of unlawful compensation or reward for official behavior, which is a second-degree felony. 19."It's discouraging and it's demoralizing to the 99.9 percent of the men and women that work so hard and so diligently (for the BSO)," Sheriff Scott Israel said of the arrest.
BSO detectives said Arboleda made contact with the woman at a Dania Beach gas station in July 2013. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.