Judge Bailey should resign

Judge Bailey should resign

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Greeneville Mafia Must Go

Dickson, TN

#1 Mar 19, 2012
Domestic Violence law is designed to protect the victim at a crucial time. Law enforcement is given great leeway in how long they can hold perpetrators of domestic violence. I feel strongly Judge Bailey should resign because of the Hawk case if the circumstances as presented on the internet are accurate, it is a shame we cannot get better info from the newspaper and have to rely on the internet. It is my understanding Judge Bailey is married to Rep. Hawk's first wife, that in itself should have stopped Bailey from making any decisions in this case. Second, based on the arrest report, Hawk grabbed his wife by the left arm forcefully enough to leave a bruise, that means she must have been carrying her 11 month old baby by her right arm, Hawk then smacked his wife with his hand hard enough to bruise and cause swelling in her upper right face and around the right side of her mouth. The 11 month old baby's head would have been just below the blow which knocked Mrs. Hawk down. It is inconceivable a judge would only give a $500 bond in such a case. He endangered the life of his wife and his child in one swift motion and the judge only thought it was worth a $500 bond. He should have been held without bond until the safety of the child and mother could be assured. Judge Bailey in his knowledge of Hawk knew he had previous problems with abusing women, he should have known he was dangerous and either reclused himself or withheld bond for a significant period to assure safety. But this is Greeneville and the Mafia which controls this town must be protected even if mothers and children are sacrificed.
Right

United States

#2 Mar 19, 2012
Bailey has already stated that he would remove himself from the case. Seems you rattled off about water under the bridge. If I were going to go to the extent of posting such a long statement on Topix, I would most likely do a bit of research prior to.
Anonymous Poster X

Gallatin, TN

#3 Mar 19, 2012
He has the right to bond after his arraignment just like everyone else.
Greeneville Mafia must go

Dickson, TN

#4 Mar 19, 2012
Right wrote:
Bailey has already stated that he would remove himself from the case. Seems you rattled off about water under the bridge. If I were going to go to the extent of posting such a long statement on Topix, I would most likely do a bit of research prior to.
Here's a simple one liner for you, Bailey has done made decisions in this case, custody and bond, perhaps you should do a little research oh protector of the evil Greeneville Mafia.
Greeneville Mafia must go

Dickson, TN

#5 Mar 19, 2012
Anonymous Poster X wrote:
He has the right to bond after his arraignment just like everyone else.
Not if he is a threat to his wife and child, he obviously was.
LMAO

Antioch, TN

#6 Mar 20, 2012
Greeneville Mafia must go wrote:
<quoted text>Here's a simple one liner for you, Bailey has done made decisions in this case, custody and bond, perhaps you should do a little research oh protector of the evil Greeneville Mafia.
I see more then one line.
tator

Antioch, TN

#7 Mar 20, 2012
Greeneville Mafia Must Go wrote:
Domestic Violence law is designed to protect the victim at a crucial time. Law enforcement is given great leeway in how long they can hold perpetrators of domestic violence. I feel strongly Judge Bailey should resign because of the Hawk case if the circumstances as presented on the internet are accurate, it is a shame we cannot get better info from the newspaper and have to rely on the internet. It is my understanding Judge Bailey is married to Rep. Hawk's first wife, that in itself should have stopped Bailey from making any decisions in this case. Second, based on the arrest report, Hawk grabbed his wife by the left arm forcefully enough to leave a bruise, that means she must have been carrying her 11 month old baby by her right arm, Hawk then smacked his wife with his hand hard enough to bruise and cause swelling in her upper right face and around the right side of her mouth. The 11 month old baby's head would have been just below the blow which knocked Mrs. Hawk down. It is inconceivable a judge would only give a $500 bond in such a case. He endangered the life of his wife and his child in one swift motion and the judge only thought it was worth a $500 bond. He should have been held without bond until the safety of the child and mother could be assured. Judge Bailey in his knowledge of Hawk knew he had previous problems with abusing women, he should have known he was dangerous and either reclused himself or withheld bond for a significant period to assure safety. But this is Greeneville and the Mafia which controls this town must be protected even if mothers and children are sacrificed.
What was they doing drinking with a baby in the house? What was she thinking holding a baby and a gun? They should have both been arrested.
CSI Greeneville

Johnson City, TN

#8 Mar 20, 2012
Greeneville Mafia Must Go wrote:
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That wasn't a very unbiased post you made there. Me thinks someone has "sour grapes" against Judge Bailey. As far as making a major decision and from what I've investigated, Judge Bailey followed the letter of the law for the charges. He knew he was in a tough spot and he did the right thing.
Right

United States

#9 Mar 20, 2012
Greeneville Mafia must go wrote:
<quoted text>Here's a simple one liner for you, Bailey has done made decisions in this case, custody and bond, perhaps you should do a little research oh protector of the evil Greeneville Mafia.
I realize that. It is quite common for a sitting judge to hear an arraignment where there is a conflict of interest, as it is quite difficult to appoint another judge and Hawk would have had to remain in jail until that took place. You snap my way and only make yourself look foolish, much like referring to "Judge Bailey should resign". Resign? Is that the correct word? Fool... You were actually trying to say he should be replaced
Two things

Johnson City, TN

#10 Mar 20, 2012
1) You really think that Bailey being married to Hawk's first wife would cause him to show favoritism to Hawk? Seems a little odd to argue that.

and 2) Shouldn't someone be calling for David Hawk to resign before they call for Judge Bailey to resign? I still haven't heard one thing about that. If this had been Eddie Yokley two years ago, the Republicans would have been calling for his resignation before he even got to the jail.
Typical

Dickson, TN

#11 Mar 20, 2012
Two things wrote:
1) You really think that Bailey being married to Hawk's first wife would cause him to show favoritism to Hawk? Seems a little odd to argue that.
and 2) Shouldn't someone be calling for David Hawk to resign before they call for Judge Bailey to resign? I still haven't heard one thing about that. If this had been Eddie Yokley two years ago, the Republicans would have been calling for his resignation before he even got to the jail.
Judge Bailey being married to Hawk's first wife is a serious conflict no matter which way it goes, he should not have made any ruling on Hawk. Judge Bailey made the decision that it was more important to get his political ally back to Nashville so he would not miss a legislative session rather than protect the safety of a mother and her child. He is not fit to serve in any capacity. He will not and a system which has gone totally corrupt will protect him.
You are right

Kingsport, TN

#12 Mar 20, 2012
Typical wrote:
<quoted text>Judge Bailey being married to Hawk's first wife is a serious conflict no matter which way it goes, he should not have made any ruling on Hawk. Judge Bailey made the decision that it was more important to get his political ally back to Nashville so he would not miss a legislative session rather than protect the safety of a mother and her child. He is not fit to serve in any capacity. He will not and a system which has gone totally corrupt will protect him.
He should not have made a ruling and not set bond that way Hawk would still be in jail until a Sessions Judge from another jurisdiction decided to come down here in a week or two and set bond. I'm sure the $500 bond broke Hawk's part-time job bank. The saddest part is that you get off easier with DUI than dmoestic assault.
Suave

Gallatin, TN

#13 Mar 20, 2012
Greeneville Mafia? Lol. Someone has been watchinf too much tv.
You Are Wrong

Gallatin, TN

#14 Mar 20, 2012
You are right wrote:
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The saddest part is that you get off easier with DUI than dmoestic assault.
You think a DUI should warrant harsher punishment than domestic violence? What planet are you from?
Just Wondering

Dickson, TN

#15 Mar 20, 2012
You are right wrote:
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He should not have made a ruling and not set bond that way Hawk would still be in jail until a Sessions Judge from another jurisdiction decided to come down here in a week or two and set bond. I'm sure the $500 bond broke Hawk's part-time job bank. The saddest part is that you get off easier with DUI than dmoestic assault.
Just wondering what the typical amount of time spent in jail for domestic violence is and what the time Hawk spent was, I believe if favortism was shown, Judge Bailey would at least be reprimanded, but I doubt it, politics is stronger than family values in Tennessee.
what a fool

Johnson City, TN

#16 Mar 20, 2012
You Are Wrong wrote:
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You think a DUI should warrant harsher punishment than domestic violence? What planet are you from?
well yes i do!!! as that person knows that her/his ass is gonna get beat it should leave it has a choice!! if it stayed hopping to conform the the beater well it got what was coming!!!

A dui is killing innocent people who have no choice that the idoit was driving... so yes, people that drive while screwed up need to be punshied harder!!
U R A FOOL

Gallatin, TN

#17 Mar 20, 2012
what a fool wrote:
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well yes i do!!! as that person knows that her/his ass is gonna get beat it should leave it has a choice!! if it stayed hopping to conform the the beater well it got what was coming!!!
A dui is killing innocent people who have no choice that the idoit was driving... so yes, people that drive while screwed up need to be punshied harder!!
You are incoherent. No one can understand that garble.
isit

Antioch, TN

#18 Mar 20, 2012
You are right wrote:
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He should not have made a ruling and not set bond that way Hawk would still be in jail until a Sessions Judge from another jurisdiction decided to come down here in a week or two and set bond. I'm sure the $500 bond broke Hawk's part-time job bank. The saddest part is that you get off easier with DUI than dmoestic assault.
So since he is a person in office he should be treated worse than others, is that what you’re saying?
okkk

Antioch, TN

#19 Mar 20, 2012
U R A FOOL wrote:
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You are incoherent. No one can understand that garble.
I did
what a fool

Johnson City, TN

#20 Mar 20, 2012
U R A FOOL wrote:
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You are incoherent. No one can understand that garble.
Ok let me put it in typing that you a 3 yr old can understand...

A person that has been known to beat on a woman and or a man is not going to change!! so if your staying with that person in hopes of him/or her changing you are an idiot!! and if you get beat I have no sympathy for that person!!! If you say you can't leave well you are a liar... grow a set and walk away

Now someone driving under the influence should be punished harder as those that get hurt had no control over the idiot driving...

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