Boone Writes Another Letter But Now She Has An Investigator

Boone Writes Another Letter But Now She Has An Investigator

What’s up, everybody?
We are hitting something that so many of you asked me about, and that is Sarah Boone’s
most recent letter in the month of August.
But now you might be surprised to find out she has somebody else that confirms the impossibility
that is getting a hold of her attorney, Frank Bankowitz.
And a lot of the videos that we’ve talked about, we’ve all said, you know, I mean, I
get it.
It’s frustrating.
She should not have a delay like this.
She should not have this much trouble getting in contact with her own attorney.
We all are in agreement there.
We don’t want her right to a fair trial to be trampled on, but it’s just coming from
her.
Right.
And a lot of you said, rightfully so.
Like, how do we know that this is actually true?
Well, now we have at least one other person confirming that it is true.
Now in the past, the reason that I have felt like it has at least somewhat credibility,
it’s somewhat credible coming from Sarah Boone is her lawyer has not come out and said, this
is not true.
Frank Bankowitz has not told the court, oh, that’s not true court.
I met with her on this date.
I spoke to her on this date.
I returned her letters on this date.
I returned her phone call on this date.
So that’s really what in my head has given it credibility.
But now we’ve got another step.
So hit that like button if you’re still interested in this case, I’m going to be going to Orlando
whenever the trial happens.
That’s something we talked about, I think, at 200K subscribers.
So I will be going to this trial, at least parts of it, and talking about what I see
in the courtroom, what I see from the lawyers, what I see from the jurors, which is not the
same as when you pick the jury yourself, but I’ll give you some insight there on what the
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Let’s jump into this letter here.
August 2nd, 2023 is when it was written.
Honorable Judge Wayne C. Wooten, please see the included letter I received from my investigator
communicating with me to provide an update on why we have been unable to meet since our
last uneventful meeting with my attorney, Frank Bankowitz.
On May 18th, 2023, my investigator also has not been able to make contact in attempts
to move forward and produce very much needed and overdue progress in my case.
So since May 18th, her investigator has not been able to get in contact with Frank Bankowitz.
So this is August 2nd, that’s what, May, June, July, two and a half months.
That’s too long for a client and then a professional on her behalf.
Now, I don’t know this investigator.
I don’t know this person.
I don’t know if they’re legit.
His name is Prison Break, is the name of his company, which good show.
Interesting choice of names and whether or not he specializes in representing inmates.
I don’t know.
But something else you might not know.
You might not know how common it is for inmates, people that are still in prison, to write
letters to their attorneys.
It is a very common form of communication because lawyers are not always available when
the inmates have access to the phones.
Lawyers and inmates can only schedule meetings certain amounts of days apart for certain
amounts of times in most jurisdictions and most prison systems.
So they can’t just come visit them every day for 10 hours a day, right?
Nor could the lawyer because they have other cases.
So inmates writing letters is a very, very common way that this stuff happens.
I have inmates writing me letters and I’m not even their lawyer in some of the cases
since starting to do YouTube and things like that.
So inmates writing letters, they have a lot of time on their hands.
They have access to the ability to write these letters and have these letters sent out.
So this is actually very common.
But what you probably do know is that it’s very uncommon to write the court because when
an inmate writes a letter to their lawyer, it’s confidential, it’s privileged.
When they add the court, it loses that privilege.
It loses that confidentiality and becomes part of the public record.
So let’s get back to this letter now.
I, as Mr. Bankowitz’s client, cannot communicate with him via phone due to him still not activating
one of two numbers he’s given that do not work.
And he keeps giving me different reasons why each time I ask, so each different, different
reasons why each time I asked to keep trying.
This has been ongoing for 13 months and counting by not activating, he is actively hindering
the progress compiling even greater amounts of carryover.
And in the meantime, information for review, when slash, if we do eventually meet in person
last time to date was 77 days prior to that was 98 days and 147 days prior to that.
So they’re meeting every, what, three plus months on average.
It’s not great, especially when you’ve supposed to, you’re supposed to have already had your
trial.
Now, if it was the very beginning of the case, every three months probably should still be
more, but that’s more understandable when you have somebody that’s incarcerated.
I don’t think that’s unreasonable, but when you’re supposed to be going to trial and you
still just don’t even meet with them for three months and if you’re not meeting with your
client every three months, that’s one thing.
But speaking to them should happen far more often.
There’s no reason why they shouldn’t be speaking every month or every couple of weeks.
With the aforementioned being said, judge Wayne C. Wooten would please, uh, would you
please be gracious enough to communicate with Mr. Banquets to supply the requested simple
information my investigator needs considering the number of days and weeks in between our
meetings with him.
And we can be working in the meantime until he is able to visit with me.
client for over a year now, adding to the reason to be four years I have been here already.
Please see previous letter regarding all six of my attorneys where she said it wasn’t my
fault.
Basically my innumerable attempts have been completely unsuccessful in any form of communication
with Mr. Banquets via phone letters, email and voicemails attempted by outside source.
Again, even maybe other people other than her investigator have tried to call him and
haven’t been able to.
We’ve talked about that before.
What else can I do?
Your honor?
It seems my only hope is for a court date, which I am included in where my attorney’s
attendance is mandatory and I can vie for his attention during the minute minutes beforehand
while in the courtroom.
I’m sure all the allowed live cameras could provide footage of me doing so every time.
I don’t want to waste any more time and catch up in the courtroom is unfair and ridiculous.
When can we have a real meeting?
So we talked about and we saw when we watched the hearing, she kind of grabbed him.
They spoke for a minute max.
Maybe that is not enough.
I agree with her there.
They need to have more time to me and it seems like she’s gotten this investigator so that
her and the investigator can work together.
I don’t know.
Providing discovery, talking to people, getting witnesses while Banquets is doing something
else, which again, you shouldn’t have to do like your lawyer should get an investigator
for you, even if it’s a public defender.
If it’s necessary to help and moving your case, please enable progress.
Judge Wooten not hinder justice system means we have to work together.
Again, putting these kind of like, I don’t want to call them threats, but like guilting
or trying to pressure the judge to do the right thing as if he’s not doing the right
thing.
Usually it’s not going to work.
I’ve got the whole world incorrectly against me already.
As stated by my investigator, we are at a loss without communication in any form with
Mr. Banquets.
Thank you for your invaluable time.
I am great.
I am grateful for your ethical awareness, fairness, understanding and perspective.
I’m buttering him up a little bit, hoping that, you know, killing him with kindness
will make him help her.
That’s what I believe she’s doing.
Activate the inactivity, please.
Again, thank you.
Actively seeking success in anything, Sarah Boone.
So it sounds like she’s also potentially setting up a, um, incompetent counsel claim and ineffective
assistance of counsel and a violation of her right to a fair trial because she’s not able
to talk to her lawyer.
She’s not able to aid in her defense.
She’s not able to do the things that are guaranteed to her in our, in our constitution.
So that’s an issue the judge has to worry about.
Um, but if anybody’s wondering why this case keeps getting continued and we’re going to
get to what the, what the investigator said in a minute, if anybody’s wondering why this
case continues to get continued is the judge has to protect against these accusations.
He cannot push it to trial if she’s saying, I can’t talk to my lawyer.
He cannot push to trial if she’s saying my lawyer has not prepared the case with me.
So yes, there are expert issues.
Yes, there are funding issues.
Yes, there are Sarah Boone issues, but the judge has to look out for a fair trial and
it’s better to delay the trial than it is to push it forward knowing that it’s going
to be ineffective assistance of counsel.
Now, how does he change that?
How does he make the lawyer, um, be more effective and meet with her more?
I’ll have a thought about that at the end where I’ll get specific about what I think,
um, what I think should be, what I think it should look like as far as meeting with your
client in these situations.
This is from prison break investigations to Sarah Boone.
Sarah, I have received your letter.
I have made multiple attempts to contact your attorney, Mr. Bancoins since our meeting,
but unfortunately I’ve been unsuccessful.
I’m not sure what is causing the issue.
So that means banquets is not even like really responding to him.
On May 22nd, 2023 I sent him an email requesting him to contact the jail so that I can have
access to visit you and proceed with the mitigation process in person.
Additionally, I sent two text messages to his phone, uh, one on June 1st and again on
June 6th, but received no response without a letter from the attorney sent to the jail.
I am unable to visit you in person at the jail.
I am at a loss until I can reestablish contact with Mr. Bancoins.
If you wish, you can write to me and I will send a letter as soon as I am able to get
in touch with him again.
So what’s interesting about this is I don’t see a date on this letter, so I don’t know
when he wrote this letter to Sarah Boone.
Was it on June 7th or was it on August 1st, right?
That could make a difference on if banquets has gotten a person with Billy Lane at prison
break investigations.com since then.
Now it’s interesting because you can visit people in the jail, but I believe what he
means is, and I’m assuming what he means is, um, something that may surprise you is you
can’t just have privileged and confidential conversations with people in jail.
They are recorded.
We’ve heard phone calls.
We’ve seen how that works, but if your attorney writes the jail and says this investigator
is part of your legal team, there is an opportunity to protect at least some of the conversations
depending on what they are.
So that’s probably what he means is he wants some protection from the attorney to do what
he needs to do to make this investigator part of the defense team and therefore making at
least some of his confidence, his conversations, confidential and privileged.
So we’ll see if that happens for Sarah Boone in this case and if they can start talking
about legal matters because you do have to be able to present and prepare your defense
while you’re in prison, even though most of your phone calls are recorded and you do lose
some rights that a normal everyday citizen who has not been charged with a crime who
does not, who there is not enough evidence to hold them, um, in prison while they wait
for their trial.
Now you all have also asked how often should lawyers and clients meet and hold on, let
me get rid of this.
Let me get rid of this now.
Okay, so that, that’s the letter in full, but again, you all have asked how often should
a lawyer meet with his or her client?
And the answer is as often as is necessary to prepare a case and be effective in your
representation.
Our best practices at our firm are every couple of weeks, at least our staff will reach out
with an email, a text message, a phone call.
Every month a lawyer will get in contact with either a text message, a email or a phone
call.
And if the client ever reaches out with a question, we set a telephone call, zoom hearing
or in sorry, zoom meeting or in meet in person meeting with that client.
Because when the client wants to talk, they have a right to be involved in their case.
In Florida, our contingency fee agreements have a paragraph that enforce and ensure that
lawyers are talking to their clients, providing updates at reasonable intervals and making
sure their questions are answered.
So at the very least, that is something that should happen in every case between a lawyer
and their client.
Now does it always happen?
Of course not.
And is it always perfect?
No, but the way that you can ensure that a client is kept up to date is keep an open
line of communication.
Make sure they know they can ask questions and when they do ask questions, be there to
provide and answer the best you can.
We’re not going to be able to answer everything, right?
We don’t know what’s going to happen with this.
We don’t know if we’re going to get the funding.
We don’t know who your expert is going to be yet.
In this case, we’re preparing our defense.
I’m filing motions.
We’re going to have to continue the case.
And personal injury cases, you know, you’re still actively treating, focus on getting
better.
We’re handling stuff on the back end.
If you have questions about that, let us know.
We’ll keep you up to date as we’re in correspondence with the insurance company.
We make any demands and they make any offers, immediately we let the clients know.
They have to know when things are happening in their case.
If nothing’s happening, they need to know why, which in our cases, nothing happens for
long periods of time while the client’s treating.
If they have surgery and are recovering from surgery, I’m not going to bombard them with
phone calls and emails and text messages.
They’re dealing with the loss of a loved one.
I’m going to be working on the back end, but I’m not going to be calling them every week
to remind them of what we’re doing.
But when we need to talk to them, we do.
And Mr. Benkowitz needs to talk to his client.
And he may be talking to her and she may not be being honest and we don’t know much
about this investigator or whether or not they’ve been able to meet or how involved
he is.
So I’m not condemning him, but a lawyer in his position preparing for a case where a
client’s life is on the line should be meeting with his client.
And I think we’re all on the same page with that.
And I don’t think any of us want her to have an excuse of a delayed trial or ineffective
assistance of counsel.
If she loses that trial, we don’t want that to be the reason.
And we don’t want that to be a legitimate appellate issue.
We’re all on the same page with that.
We all want a fair trial.
Just like we talked about in the podcast episode this week, prosecutors have a right to a fair
trial so that their convictions and their wins don’t get overturned because of something
the media did or something, something the criminal defense jury did or something the
judge did or something a witness did.
A prosecutor has a right to that too.
The public does too.
In Florida, it’s our dollars that are going to be paying for Sarah Boone’s appeal.
And if she wins paying for a new trial, paying for her lawyers, paying for the prosecutors,
the court personnel.
So we all have a right to a fair trial here as the public.
And that’s why it’s important to give credence to some of her legitimate complaints.
Some of them are illegitimate, but I mean another outside person, even if he would have
said, right, so if we pull up that investigator’s letter and even if he would have said, I try
to talk to your attorney, he said, I’m not speaking to you about this case unless you
provide me with a letter that shows Sarah Boone hired you.
Okay.
At least he’s communicating.
At least he’s responding.
If you would have responded to the text, like, I don’t know who this is.
I don’t answer numbers of what up.
Fine.
And it sounds like he can’t even get a response from his letters or text messages or calls.
Same with some other people.
Sarah Boone has had call.
It’s interesting.
I really want to know what you think in the comments.
And if any of this surprises you, please let me know.
Thanks so much for joining me.
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