“Dinner is served!!! A very special episode of Milo Murphy’s Law! Join us for a special episode where our main character is asked to put some rules in place… like, if you eat at a restaurant without a reservation you are not allowed to leave until you get a table.
We had a lot of fun playing with the rules this week as we learned about Milo Murphys law. It’s a rule that exists in the legal system of United States where you may not bring in an attorney (be it an ex-con or a friend or family member) until you have gotten a lawyer. This rule is designed to protect the public when we have witnesses who are not prepared to testify against us and can’t be cross-examined.
This rule is still in effect and may be considered good or bad depending on the circumstances. In the case of a witness who is not prepared to testify against you, this rule will ensure that you have a qualified attorney who will take care of your case.
It’s only a matter of time before we have witnesses who won’t testify against us, and since we are the prosecution it makes sense to hire a good lawyer. If we do, we need to make sure that the attorney is honest and ethical. Otherwise, he or she may not be able to help us. This rule is not a one-time thing.
This rule is usually only a concern in cases where there is a large number of witnesses. If we have a few, a good lawyer will find a way to make sure they will testify, but if we have thousands of witnesses, then we may not know who is going to do what. We want to make sure that our witnesses are prepared to testify against us, but that doesn’t mean we have to rely only on lawyers to do it.
While we may not be the best witnesses, and can easily get caught in a lie, we can still help. We just have to be very careful. First, we should never give information that will embarrass or incriminate someone. If they get caught in a lie then they can be found guilty of perjury.
The problem is that milo has been caught in a lie. In a previous episode he claimed to have never seen the woman who accused him of rape, but she had a signed confession from him. So we know he was lying. And we know that his lawyer was also lying, so we know he knew this was a lie. But we also know that there was no lie. We know milo is the only person who could have committed this crime.
So in the third episode milo tells us that he has no idea who the woman is, and that he’s got no memory of what happened. So what does he do? He leaves the woman alone. And it’s kind of a big deal because the woman was his lover and he had just met her. In fact, he had just met her and she was already lying to him.
In this episode, milo’s lawyer says that he doesn’t remember ever meeting the woman in person. This is a lie that milo knows, but he can’t come clean with, because he’s the only one who can prove it. So he leaves her alone and goes off to get the rest of his family and their lawyers together. And that’s when the real crime begins.
At this point in episode three, milo reveals that he actually met the woman in a vision, that he actually saw her with his own two eyes. He can prove it because he saw her with the same eyes that he saw him with in his visions. But at this point, hes not even going to the trial. He knows that the woman who was with him in the vision isnt going to talk and that his mother isnt going to go along with him.