Parole Violation Lands Man Life In Prison
By COSHANDRA DILLARD Staff Writer QUITMAN -- An extensive criminal history, a parole violation and a "moving" impact statement from a victim are among the factors that lead 402nd District Court Judge G. Timothy Boswell to sentence a Hawkins man to life in prison.
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#1 Nov 14, 2009
As the mother of the victim in this case, I would like to extend our great appreciation to the DA and his entire office, as well as the judge. I cannot tell you how much this has restored my faith in the justice system. To the people of Mineola and of Quitman, thank you for the kindness you showed us while we were in your community. My daughter was so very frightened to come and testify, but thanks to Jerry Hirsch she felt completely safe. God bless you, Jerry. Thank you , thank you , thank you!!!!!
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