Thursday, June 25, 2009

Media Bias.

I tried my first case in front of the media yesterday. A reporter from the Naperville Sun was in the courtroom for the nearly three-hour trial, although I did not know that at the time.

Anyway, we won the case, but the article glorifies the defendants' unfounded complaints. I could not believe the testimony coming from the defendants. The judge specifically found that the defendants' testimony was not credible. We prevailed on every issue. Then this article comes out portraying my client as the bad guy. This particular paper has been after my client for a long time.

A prime example of biased reporting here.


Peter C. Bastianen said...

Reading that newspaper article, it is clear the reporter was biased against your client. I suspect the reporter is related to, or friends with, the adverse party. The reporter should be fired. An editorial submission to this newspaper by someone other than Mr. Huseman is required. If no one else will do it. I will.

Michael W. Huseman said...

I knew I could count on a fellow member of the Creditors Bar.