The victims of Dr. Ayres liked this story that pokes fun at his lawyer Doron Weinberg, who also represented music producer Phil Spector:
From San Mateo County Times: http://www.insidebayarea.com/localnews/ci_12222234
The Insider: Dr. Ayres gets three-week trial delay
BAY AREA NEWS GROUP
Posted: 04/24/2009 06:34:34 PM PDT
Updated: 04/24/2009 07:29:15 PM PDT
EVERYONE'S favorite child psychiatrist, Dr. William Ayres, has been granted a three-week delay to the start of his trial because of his attorney's busy schedule.
Doron Weinberg, who represented music producer Phil Spector in his recent murder trial, told a San Mateo County Superior Court judge this week that he'd originally expected Spector's trial to wrap up in mid-February. Instead, a verdict wasn't returned until April 13, and Spector is scheduled to be sentenced May 29.
County prosecutors objected to the request for the delay, saying they had already scheduled witnesses to testify in the trial, which had been set to begin May 11.
One of Ayres' accusers, who showed up in court, said he was "pretty upset," given the many delays to the start of the trial.
"I think its going to go away without a trial," he said. "They are going to delay it until he's dead."
Well, the good news for those who want to see Ayres put away — after being linked to sexual abuse of multiple children — is that Weinberg may be the first lawyer in recent history to fail to get an acquittal for a famous client who's been accused of a heinous crime in a Southern California.
O.J. walked, and so did Michael Jackson. Even Robert Blake beat his murder solicitation rap.
So the fact that a jury found Spector guilty of second-degree murder means one of three things:
# Phil Spector was too wacky for
a Los Angeles jury, which is no easy feat.
# Spector was not famous enough to impress a Los Angeles jury.
# Doron Weinberg isn't the best defense attorney in the world.
For those who want to see Ayres behind bars, option No. 3 has to be encouraging.