From Vicki:
Just a reminder that Oral Arguments will be heard tomorrow in Judy's case. The judge could make a ruling tomorrow from the bench, or otherwise he has up to 120 days to rule. There is a possibility the case could be dismissed or it could go to trial. I will post an update as soon as I've heard from Judy after court tomorrow with the results.

Judy firmly believes that God knows what He's doing and she has asked that those of you who pray will pray that she will stay focused on that truth. Also, pray that her attorney will have clarity of mind as he argues the case before the judge.
Posted by Jon Daley on April 4, 2006, 9:51 pm | Read 3391 times
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So... not too surprising, but the Assistant District Attorney forgot that there was a meeting, and was out of town.

They judge got another attorney from the DA's office to stand in, but of course, that person didn't know anything about the case, so it was mostly a big waste of time, and has been rescheduled for June 20th.

You'd think they would stop allowing delays at some point, but I guess we can't get a bad answer if it never goes to trial either. I wonder if all lawsuits go like this.
Posted by jondaley on April 5, 2006, 2:27 pm

(almost) unbelievable!
Posted by joyful on April 5, 2006, 4:26 pm

Porter pointed out that a delay is as good as a win for the DA -- Judy can't practice. Come to think of it, it may be even better, as it gives her supporters no event on which to focus their protests.
Posted by SursumCorda on April 5, 2006, 5:10 pm

Not even worth a new post entry, I think, since it isn't all that unexpected.

A witness for the prosecution discovered he was scheduled to be in two places at once, so of course there is another delay.

(I wonder if the other case is also by the DA, in which case they should have been able to figure out the scheduling problem a long time ago, even if the witness wasn't smart enough to look at his calendar)
Posted by Jon Daley on June 19, 2006, 12:48 pm
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