Friday, December 4, 2015

As He is Sentenced to 30 Years a Lawyer / Husband Apologizes to his Wife for trying to Kill her 3 times (by Poisoning her Toothpaste, Hiring a Hitman and Paying a Prison Inmate) ~ Call Michael A. Haber, Esq. @ 1-888-SHARK-8-1

As a lawyer I do not mind being called "tenacious"; in fact I wear that title as a badge of honor.  But, apparently my level of tenacity isn't even in the same hemisphere as that of 39 y/o Fred Wortman, who I'm not proud to say is (was) a fellow (I am okay with calling him a "former") lawyer, who's mug shot is below...

Fred, a (former) lawyer, husband and father of three (3), was just sentenced to thirty (30) years in prison for three (3) counts of attempted murder of his wife, Staci (who is pictured below).

The couple were reportedly in the early stages of divorce when Fast Freddy first tried to kill his wife by poisoning her toothpaste in January of this year.  Fred had used his computer to research poisons and managed to get hold of "aconitum", a plant based chemical which is also known as "wolf's bane".  In large doses aconitum can cause death from paralysis of the heart almost instantaneously, but smaller amounts can cause a burning sensation, dizziness, headaches and difficulty breathing.  In this case, when Staci brushed her teeth and ingested it, rather than killing her it just burned her mouth slightly and gave her a migraine.

Coincidentally Fred's employer noticed that Fred had been using a work computer to search for tips on how to hire a hitman by paying in Bitcoin and how to poison someone, so police were informed, they seized Fred's hard drive and then had an agent pose as a hitman in an effort to snare him.  (Before you ask, no, it is not entrapment unless the cops pressure you into doing something that you were not otherwise predisposed to do.)

So Fred paid the undercover agent, provided his wife's address, when she would be home and even went so far as to leave a few potential murder weapons around the house for the would-be hitman. 

Not to be dissuaded, after being jailed and while awaiting trial for those first two (2) attempted murder charges, Fred then tried to pay a fellow inmate to kill his wife, netting him his third attempted murder charge, and so it was in Fred's case that...

In the interim, and after ultimately pleading guilty to all three (3) counts, Fred decided to offer up an apology, stating:  "No apology which I offer will be sufficient to all who I have disappointed, let down and hurt.  I do apologize to Staci, the Joneses [her family], my parents, my family, most of all I apologize to my three precious children.  I hope Ella, Auston and Ansley know my unfailing love for them. I am truly sorry."

Unlike Fred and his crocodile tears, Staci exhibited truly human tears as she took to the stand to address her husband, stating:  "My children and I pray for you daily that your heart will change.  I still struggle, but my children are the greatest victims.  They know he's in jail. They know he wanted me not to be alive anymore. They know he has to face the consequences."  

Memo to  Fred Wortman:

Memo to  Fred Wortman contiuned:  I sure hope that you were a good lawyer because you were a truly pathetic criminal.   Leaving evidence like a sloppy offender, falling for an undercover police sting and misplacing faith in your fellow inmates... for shame.  If you have at least halfway decent lawyering skills then you might just survive prison as a useful "jailhouse lawyer".  

Memo to  Fred Wortman contiuned:  On the other hand, perhaps your lawyering sucks as bad as your criminality, leaving you with nothing but the ability to make some new friends....

When it comes to the subject of "Cops, Courts and Constitutions" you should always have a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney who is focused on serving your interests.  While we can't stop the cops from arresting you, as your legal counsel Michael A. Haber, PA will ensure that your rights are respected from the moment that representation begins and that any abuses which may have occurred beforehand are remedied.

At Michael A. Haber, P.A. "Its all about reasonable doubt"!

Michael A. Haber, Esq. is prepared to speak with you about your case!

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