Lawyers pants goes on fire during trial, blames e-cigarette


 A Miami defense lawyers pants went up in flames in Court while presenting his closing arguments on an arson case.

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  The defense lawyer, Stephen Gutierrez pants suddenly went ablaze when he was arguing that his client's car spontaneously combusted and was not intentionally set on fire. According to the MiamiHerald,  witnesses said that hey saw the lawyer fiddling his hand in his pocket shortly before he went to address the jurors when smoke began to puff out his pocket. 

  The defense lawyer was rushed out of the courtroom and later returned with a singed pocket, insisting that it wasn't a staged defense demonstration gone wrong as he laid his blames on a faulty battery in his e-cigarette.  

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Gutierrez was representing Claudy Charles, 48, who is accused of intentionally setting his car on fire in South Miami-Dade. Jurors eventually convicted Charles of second degree arson and the Miami-Dade Circit Judge Michael Hanzman could decide to hold Gutierrez in contempt of the court.

The Miami-Dae Police and prosecutors are now investigating the whole event.

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