Wednesday, August 27, 2008


Why would a bail bondsman want to see a sitting judge put out of office? I'm not saying there is anything wrong with it. I'm all for free speech, and have no problem with it. Possibly it is a case of personal friendship for the candidate.
Is it sending a message to his customers? If that is the case, it may not serve his candidate too well.
It just has a tinge of irony to it.


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  2. Why would any bail bondsman need help from anyone other than Judge Burchett? Burchett already puts the criminal element out on the street with just a "slap on the wrist".

  3. That's interesting. Anonymous (any relation to you?) said on another thread that "I'm sure they like him in criminal cases because he tends to lean toward the "guilty until proven innocent" side of things."
    It's easy to take shots at sitting judges. I'm sure any of our judges on the 26th JDC would receive the same comments.
    People in law enforcement tend to disagree with you.
    Now if you want to provide some specific cases, we'll be glad to examine them.


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