Forbes was charged with second-degree murder almost two years after the homicide. . . .
Forbes’ attorney, Lawrence Kasperek, said there was no physical evidence against Forbes, only testimony from individuals who claimed Forbes admitted the crime to them. Kasperek said he thinks the jury did not find them credible.
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“They had no objective evidence whatsoever connecting my guy to the crime,” said Kasperek, of the Easton, Thompson, Kasperek, Shiffrin LLP firm.
Read the Democrat & Chronicle article here.