Karl Chip Seman, Esq. was quoted by The New York Times regarding his client William Walsh, Jr., who confessed to choking his wife to death during a fight over infidelity, along with staging an elaborate hoax to make it appear like she was made a victim of random violence.
Walsh initially pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder. With this, Seman asserts that the police had made a rush to judgment and questioned the validity of the confession. He emphasizes, “It’s obviously a very tragic time for both families. The bottom line is we’re going to ask people to keep an open mind.”
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