Blueface’s Lawyer Says He is Been ‘Overcharged’ In Current Case

Blueface’s Lawyer Says He is Been ‘Overcharged’ In Current Case

Legal professionals say that authorities had been too harsh after they charged rapper Blueface with tried homicide.


In keeping with the Assessment-Journal, the “Thhotiana” chart-topper’s authorized crew argues their shopper has been overcharged.

As reported by AllHipHop.com, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, Blueface, whose authorized title is Johnathan Porter, was arrested and charged with tried homicide and firing a gun at an occupied automobile throughout an Oct. 8 episodes exterior of the Euphoric Gents’s Membership at 6370 Windy Lane in Las Vegas, NV.

However as extra info is being revealed the legal professionals try to make the case that the authorities are blowing his costs out of proportion.

Lawyer Lisa Rasmussen, who’s representing the rapper together with attorneys Kristina Wildeveld and Caitlyn McAmis, stated,

“From first look, it seems that the fees are overcharged.”

The lawyer additionally declined to elaborate on why she believes the Money Cash West artist is being overcharged and what the fees she objects to are. Lastly, she instructed her shopper to not speak to the press in regards to the case.

There may be an alleged video of the capturing circulating. The lawyer declined to offer her opinion on this, saying that she had not acquired a duplicate of the footage discovered within the discovery.

Nonetheless, she does consider the proof, as soon as it comes out, it is going to present her shopper’s costs have been inflated.

“The opposite factor I would prefer to say is that we’re actually wanting ahead to litigating this matter in court docket on behalf of our shopper and we expect that when the entire proof comes out in court docket, it is going to be obvious that the way in which he is charged just isn’t essentially in line with what seems to have truly occurred,” Rasmussen remarked.

Blueface is at present out on bail, AllHipHop.com experiences, and can return to court docket subsequent yr on Jan. 24.














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