Saturday, September 20, 2014

Why the gag order? Again.

Gag order in Fieldbrook double homicide case; Lucerne man pleads not guilty - Juniper Rose/Times-Standard

The Lucerne man charged in this month's Fieldbrook double homicide has pleaded not guilty to murder charges and is set to appear in Humboldt County Superior Court again in October.

Jason Michael Arreaga, 29, faces two murder counts and four special allegations related to the use of a firearm, according to court documents. The Humboldt County District Attorney's Office has also submitted that the two murder counts qualify as a special circumstance case, or eligible for a punishment of life in prison without the possibility of parole or the death penalty.

Arreaga has a pre-preliminary hearing on Oct. 6, and his preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 15...

The Oct. 6 hearing will be a closed court session, according to the district attorney's office.
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8 comments:

  1. Bad gag reflex, eh? ;)

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  2. Salzman, you must not get any to be so obssessed with sex.

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  3. Who is salzman? Your butt buddy? Maybe I just have more testosterone than you. Girls like a guy with high testostrone, believe me;)

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    1. With all due respect. ...Fuck off and die you sexist shit.

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    2. Rose's blog - how amusing

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  4. This order is so that we can get unbiased jury.

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  5. Plenty of other defense attorneys, private ones get unbiased juries without a gag order. Times-Standard left out who the defense attorney is in this case. The defense attorney is Heidi Holmquist.

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  6. Gag orders prevent the public being informed. None of these are OJ Simpsonish high profile cases. (Bullock is the only one that received national attention). Any murder case makes the papers, that should not be sufficient reason to ask for - or get - a gag order. IMO

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