I was at every court date I knew about, even if my husband was not brought over from the jail. I wanted to be there, to know what was going on first hand and show my strength and solidarity. I was not a faceless "victim", I did not just change my story and run away.
I was very available, just not for how the DA wanted to use me.
When someone says "I have evidence of .............," that's when I bust out laughing inside.
All that matters is how biased and stupid the jury is and how skilled the lawyers are. Evidence is very secondary to those factors.
That is what evidence is.
I understand the differences Jack points out. The point was, the case Ron linked internally never used the term "Legally unavailable" just "Available", but in the context of the facts, he appeared to be "Legally unavailable" yes, as opposed to unavailable with no legal justification, such as fleeing to avoid prosecution. I understand the your useage, and it really is not any big issue to raise Cain over.
"Insane" is a medical term, and a person can be declared Insane by a Doctor, that requires no legal ruling in and of itself, but that does not mean he is "legally insane" unless such court determination. I understand all of the facts Jack pointed out.