Wednesday, May 27, 2015

The basic gist of the defense argument was trying the cases together would be highly prejudicial to Warren and that they did not believe the evidence was intertwined as DA suggested.

Defense motion to sever in Jason Warren case denied by Judge Cissna - John Chiv/Words Worth

The cases stay together.

Stepping in Dorothy Ulrich's pool of blood after he killed her, Warren crime spree took more lives in less than 2 hours - John Chiv/Words Worth 5/27/15

DA Maggie Fleming prosecutes Jason Warren homicide - Links/Background

2 comments:

  1. Thank god. According to this post the ghost of Paul Gallegos nearly messed this up. I did not think he was a reliable precedent in the courthouse. Until he becomes a Judge, as Max Cardoza predicts. This is looking more and more likely!

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  2. It sounds like you are wishing for Gallegos as a judge. Looking at the fucked up mess he left in the DA's office, why would you even consider that? What rational person wants to see that?

    Remember, were it not for Gallegos' mismanagement, Warren would not have been let out, those women would be alive today. Think about that, and about him having power to let more criminals off easy.

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