Man drives dead body to lawyer's office

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So, a man kills his neighbor in an alleged dispute and drives the corpse to his attorneys office. This odd news story took place Wednesday in a Florida community. John Marshall claims he shot and killed Theodore Hubbell in selfdefense and drove the dead body toMar 05, 2015  ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) Florida detectives are investigating the case of a man who drove to his lawyer's office with a dead body in the bed man drives dead body to lawyer's office

ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) Florida detectives are investigating the case of a man who drove to his lawyers office with a dead body in the bed of his pickup truck, authorities said on Thursday.

Florida Man Drove to Lawyer's Office With Dead Body in Truck. Attorney Robert Harris said his client, John Marshall, 52, had missing teeth and appeared to have some broken fingers. Marshall said he had gotten into a fight with a neighbor, identified as Theodore Hubbell Jr. , 65. John Marshall, underneath hood is escorted into his lawyer, Robert Harris's car on Wednesday. Marshall drove the body of man he allegedly shot in Bokeelia to Harris's office in Fort Myers. A Lee County man who drove a dead neighbor to his attorney's office will not be arrested, his attorney, Robert Harris, said late Wednesday night.man drives dead body to lawyer's office FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) A southwest Florida man put his dead neighbor in the bed of his pickup truck and drove to his lawyers office claiming hed killed the man in selfdefense.

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Mar 06, 2015  FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) A southwest Florida man put his dead neighbor in the bed of his man drives dead body to lawyer's office How awkward and scary for the lawyer. A man killed his neighbor claiming self defense, but instead of calling police, he decided it would be an excellent idea to drive the body to his lawyers office. Florida Man Shoots Neighbor, Drives Dead Body to Lawyer's Office, Doesn't Get Indicted. But Marshall had established a prior relationship the Harris Law Firm: the firm was representing Marshall in a prior aggravated battery case, and Marshall had called the law office days before the incident, claiming Hubbell had threatened him and he felt unsafe. Attorneys at the time advised Marshall to get a Man drove neighbor's dead body to his lawyer's office in the back of a pickup after 'killing him in self defense' John Marshall claims a neighbor approached him with a gun and that he had fatally Fla. man brings neighbor's dead body to lawyer's office. He had a swollen lip, missing tooth and what appeared to be two broken thumbs. According to Harris, Marshall wrestled a gun away from his neighbor and fatally shot him earlier Wednesday. The two men had