Teacher challenges legality of recorded phone calls
Do you come from a large family - with 3 or more kids - that's always looking to save money? We... Brian Barr, left, talks to his attorney Scott Wood during a hearing on a motion to suppress evidence Wednesday in Fairfield County Common Pleas Court in Lancaster.
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#1 Jan 12, 2012
The recordings should be tossed. But hey this is Fairfield county where some judges must have been given multiple guesses with an answer key to obtain their Bar card. And one Judge spends more time packing fudge than paying attention to what is going on during a trial.
#2 Apr 17, 2012
#3 Apr 17, 2012
In fact, it was an illegal act bacause he wasn't notified whatsoever of the recordings. Besides, half the damn judges in fairfield county have no brain. I should know, I've been through the Juvenile Court.
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