Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Rules For Juries When A Witness Has Immunity
In the short video shown above, defense lawyer James S. Bell explains Federal trial rules requiring the jury to weigh more carefully the evidence given by witness (informer or accomplice) when that witness has immunity. This is because the witness has reason to lie or stretch the truth.
If you have been facing an upcoming Federal case in the United States then you likely need legal counsel with experience in these Federal matters. You can be fined and imprisoned with these kinds of charges.