Man released pending murder trial

Feb 23, 2010 Full story: Times Record News 33

A 31-year-old man has been released from the Young County Jail - with a GPS ankle monitor and a list of requirements he must follow - as he awaits trial on sexual assault of a child and murder counts, according to his attorney.

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Wondering

Wichita Falls, TX

#22 Mar 6, 2010
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>Dotard, he got bail. If you don't like it, YOU leave the U.S.A.
Dotard is the childs uncle .Please have respect for the family .

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#23 Mar 6, 2010
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>What does a DUI have to do with a childs murder ? Was the killer drunk ?
The money the state needs for operating its criminal justice system is free, it simply comes out of thin air from magic money trees which are tended by special elves.
Joycelangley

Wichita Falls, TX

#24 Mar 7, 2010
The gov.of Texas is fixing to take away a lot of that so called 'free' money "Rick Perry's recommendations would be 2,037 correctional officer jobs cut,which would save an estimated $84.4 million. Taxpayers need to ask themselves is it worth the price of our safety and the economic repercussions that would be felt all over the state of Texas?

In addition, another 465 prison jobs in food service, maintenance and farming operations would be eliminated to save another $42 million, along with 198 support employees. The projected list of Texans whom will sufffer job loss keeps growing.

No breakdown has been yet published as to how many jobs at the James V. Allred Unit near Wichita Falls would be lost.

The jobs of 195 parole officers would also be cut.All of these cuts trickle down and does effect smaller counties ,like ours.These cuts could very well allow dangerous people to be released earlier or some may not even serve their time in a federal facility,they could serve it in county and state jails. http://www.examiner.com/x-33602-Wichita-Falls...

Since: Jan 09

Olney, TX

#25 Mar 8, 2010
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly, get justice now for your own personal reasons, just in case you die and you find out that there really is no such thing as an afterlife and it would then be too late.
While you may or may not believe in an afterlife, I do. I believe in Heaven and Hell. I am perfectly content in knowing that God will make sure that this man answers to Him when he dies for all he has done. So will I and everyone else. I am not going to have a battle with you on whether there is a God or not and whether He is just or not. I know what I believe and that is enough for me. What I am going to say to you is that this man has admitted to doing this very evil act and, in my opinion, has lost his rights. Where are the rights for Bridgette? She is not here to fight for hers so those that are left to remember her are the ones to do her fighting for her. And we will!

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#26 Mar 8, 2010
Joycelangley wrote:
The gov.of Texas is fixing to take away a lot of that so called 'free' money "Rick Perry's recommendations would be 2,037 correctional officer jobs cut,which would save an estimated $84.4 million. Taxpayers need to ask themselves is it worth the price of our safety and the economic repercussions that would be felt all over the state of Texas?
In addition, another 465 prison jobs in food service, maintenance and farming operations would be eliminated to save another $42 million, along with 198 support employees. The projected list of Texans whom will sufffer job loss keeps growing.
No breakdown has been yet published as to how many jobs at the James V. Allred Unit near Wichita Falls would be lost.
The jobs of 195 parole officers would also be cut.All of these cuts trickle down and does effect smaller counties ,like ours.These cuts could very well allow dangerous people to be released earlier or some may not even serve their time in a federal facility,they could serve it in county and state jails. http://www.examiner.com/x-33602-Wichita-Falls...
Exactly, double the amount of state and municipal workers on the payroll and put the squeeze on the homeowners and other taxpayers utill they are all bleeding out their assess.

“President Texas Minutemen”

Since: Aug 07

Arlington, Texas

#27 Mar 8, 2010
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>What does a DUI have to do with a childs murder ? Was the killer drunk ?
TEX CR. CODE ANN. 17.151 : Texas Statutes - Article 17.151: RELEASE BECAUSE OF DELAY
Search TEX CR. CODE ANN. 17.151 : Texas Statutes - Article 17.151: RELEASE BECAUSE OF DELAY

Sec. 1. A defendant who is detained in jail pending trial of an accusation against him must be released either on personal bond or by reducing the amount of bail required, if the state is not ready for trial of the criminal action for which he is being detained within:

(1) 90 days from the commencement of his detention if he is accused of a felony;

(2) 30 days from the commencement of his detention if he is accused of a misdemeanor punishable by a sentence of imprisonment in jail for more than 180 days;

(3) 15 days from the commencement of his detention if he is accused of a misdemeanor punishable by a sentence of imprisonment for 180 days or less; or

(4) five days from the commencement of his detention if he is accused of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine only.

Sec. 2. The provisions of this article do not apply to a defendant who is:

(1) serving a sentence of imprisonment for another offense while the defendant is serving that sentence;

(2) being detained pending trial of another accusation against the defendant as to which the applicable period has not yet elapsed;

(3) incompetent to stand trial, during the period of the defendant's incompetence; or

(4) being detained for a violation of the conditions of a previous release related to the safety of a victim of the alleged offense or to the safety of the community under this article.

Sec. 3. Repealed by Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. 110, Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2005.
DAWG

Wichita Falls, TX

#28 Mar 9, 2010
Shouldn't number 4 been enough to keep him locked up ?Since he indigent an his lawyers are being paid for by the public ,many are wondering how the lawyers are covering the exspenses?
DAWG

Wichita Falls, TX

#29 Mar 9, 2010
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly, double the amount of state and municipal workers on the payroll and put the squeeze on the homeowners and other taxpayers utill they are all bleeding out their assess.
Theres talk of city ,county an state workers being laid off all over Texas,property taxes have been raised by many small rural towns ,water bills have been increaseing steadly for last several years ,elderly taxepayers can even afford to use the fans let alone central air this summer.But these issues really don't have that much to do with this threads issue do they?
Anonomyous

United States

#30 Mar 10, 2010
Judge Crawford steps aside in Craft case .When Jeremiah Justin Craft goes to trial to face charges of murder and sexual assault, 90th Judicial District Judge Stephen Crawford will not be presiding over the case.Read full story at :http://www.grahamleader.com/i ndex.asp?Story=18412
Anonomyous

United States

#31 Mar 10, 2010
Anonomyous

United States

#32 Mar 10, 2010
In the article Ken Andrews ,a former Judge I think is behind this request.Andrews name in last several years seems to always be linked to the 'bad guys' in young county.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#33 Mar 10, 2010
DAWG wrote:
But these issues really don't have that much to do with this threads issue do they?
Yeah, it does. Your state doesn't have the money on hand or the facilities necessary, to deprive every person the state arrests of their right to bail. However, if the state wants to make everyone happy, they could double property taxes and make those "law abiding citizens" bleed out of their asses for the promis of apparent safety that denying people of their rights brings.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#34 Mar 10, 2010
DAWG wrote:
Shouldn't number 4 been enough to keep him locked up ?Since he indigent an his lawyers are being paid for by the public ,many are wondering how the lawyers are covering the exspenses?
Teefus or Rufus?

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