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Stupidity is the only universal capital crime the sentence is death. There is no appeal. Execution is carried out swiftly without pity! Feb 12, 2018

    1. jimboandy
      jimboandy
      Thank you very much Army Judge :-) I can see you're helping many people. My kudos to you.
    2. ginny_west
      ginny_west
      Army judge got a notice of change of hearing date. Can I request prompt resolution of this case. Remember I filed in Oct. of last year, and the defendant requested 2 continuances, as is his legal right. This case is now in district appellate court and Im not wanting to wait another year. Is there any way to force this court date. By the way I read and read and read last night on the site you told me about. Very useable site greatly appreciate the lead.
      Thanks
      Ginny
    3. ginny_west
      ginny_west
      Army thanks for the info, it will help me tremendously. Of course this case has already been tried in civil court and my evidence is overwhelming. I will reseach the objection rules you mentioned. As a retired judge I certainly trust and appreciate all your help. Want to drive to Kerrville on Monday and see how it plays out, you are more than welcome. After all we live in one of the most beautiful areas of Texas, the hill country. Photo opportunities are limitless, the fishing is good, the hunting is great and the rest is just fun. Would be pretty neat if you showed up and I suppose you would be my second chair. Ok thats the humor, but again you would always be welcome. I feel like a teenager in high school, I havent done this much research in years.
      Thanks again,
      Ginny
    4. army judge
      army judge
      I'd talk to the examiner about the process.
      This may be your daughter's quickest option for freedom.
      You can still pursue legal remedies.
      But, appeasl take years.
      A parole for a woman in your daughter's frail health could be the quickest option.
      I'd arrange an appointment.
      I'd also speak to the physicians and see if they would write letters saying that she needs to be out to receive proper medical acre and treatment.
      Parole will look very favorably on those medical recommendations.
      The prosecutor seems like he'd write a letter at least not objecting to her early release for medical reasons.
      And, the victim seems a likely candidate to support parole for medical reasons.
      Take the shot.
      It looks to be the best and quickest one she has.
      How is she doing, by the way?
      How does she look?
      What is her mental state?
      You might have a psychiatrist or psychologist examine her.
      Her mental health must be depressed and that isn't good for her medical condition.
      Keep me updated, please.
    5. cyndid18
      cyndid18
      i am trying to get real information. and so far you have been the best adviser i have found! I was under the impression my daughter has to be in state jail to get paroled -today i found out from the jail commander that is not true. If this were your child what would you do? I have downloaded and printed out the parole process handbook and am on page 12 of 43 -it says the hearing examiner is the person to reach as this person's opinion weighs more on parole then anyone elses. is this true???
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