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February 17, 2010


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had it been a family/friend member i bet she would have keep her office open. she prolly had a nail/hair appointment. What if this guy wasn't really guilty?


Humm. A Special Master ruled the Judge was not at fault. But, the prosecutors want her burned at the stake. Sounds like a bit political posturing on the prosecutors' side. Get over it and prosecute the real criminals.


Good for the prosecutors!


There you go again good ole Texas Judicial system. I agree with bigbart50.

Wayne Ylen

These prosecutors should be identified so that citizens can work to remove them from office and ensure that prosecutors are properly engaged in prosecuting criminals instead of taking up for convicted criminals by sponsoring frivilous lawsuits against judges.

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