Not once but now twice that the singer is complaining how his case is been badly handled.
The singer says prosecutors in his Washington D.C. assault case messed with him by unlawfully getting a sneak peek of witnesses. Now, he wants the charges dismissed.
Brown's super lawyer, Mark Geragos, says prosecutors had no right to take Brown's case before the grand jury. He revealed in his recent legal documents that the U.S. Attorney had already decided to reduce the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor assault.
Geragos alleges that the ONLY reason a grand jury was convened was to get a preview of how the witnesses in their case would fare under oath. In other words, Geragos says prosecutors used the grand jury for a dry run, and that's absolutely an egregious abuse of power.
A judge has yet to rule but will this help the case not to go to the Grand jury or not?
What do you think?