Bobby Brown’s attorney Christopher Brown has slammed Nick Gordon’s legal team for making a sneaky legal move in order to keep their client from having to give a deposition in the Bobbi Kristina case, according to a news report from Starcasm.com on Oct.4. Nick’s civil attorneys, W. Bryant Green III and Jonathan M. Broderick widely publicized the fact that they filed a Motion to Dismiss the amended civil lawsuit with wrongful death charges filed against Nick Gordon on behalf of Bobbi Kristina’s estate. But they concealed the fact that they quietly withdrew that Motion the very next day when Nick was scheduled to be deposed. And no one was aware of this until Bobby Browns’s attorney exposed their covert legal move.
Is Nick’s legal team deliberately trying to suppress certain information? From the scathing criticism heaped on Nick Gordon’s legal team by Bobby Brown’s attorney, the “file and withdraw” strategy employed by Nick’s attorneys appears to be part of a pattern that they successfully used in the past on behalf of their client to keep him from having to give depositions under oath. According to the International Business Times on Oct. 3, in a statement last week, attorney Christopher Brown called the public’s attention to a prior occasion when this underhanded legal strategy was used.
Apparently Nick Gordon filed a lawsuit with Dekalb County Probate Court to have Bobby Brown removed as Bobbi Kristina’s legal guardian. Brown said in his statement that when Nick was served with a deposition notice, his lawsuit was withdrawn, even though it would have given him an opportunity to document under oath his version of what happened to Bobbi Kristina which led to her hospitalization.
It appears that the multiple withdrawals by Nick Gordon’s attorneys are evasive maneuvers to keep Nick’s from having to reveal certain information before the trial. Both withdrawals allegedly occurred immediately after Nick was scheduled to be deposed under oath. But the question being asked is “Why?” Nick already gave a statement to police early in the case. Was there information that he chose to withhold? Eventually any information currently being withheld by Nick will have to be made public when trial for the civil case is held. Is there some sort of blockbuster or bombshell information Nick Gordon has that his attorneys only want him to reveal during the trial when all the eyes of the media and the public are on the case? Apparently, we’ll just have to wait and see.