I hadn't really paid attention to this date, since there have been so many delays and various things, but I just got this from Vicki:
Unless we hear otherwise, Judy's hearing is still on for Thursday. I just spoke with Judy and she asked me to post a reminder regarding the hearing.

Thursday's hearing will include witness testimony on both sides which promises to be emotional, to say the least. This is NOT just a formality. The judge can make preliminary rulings after hearing both sides as to what happens from here. Her attorney remains positive, but the outcome is still very uncertain. The only thing she is certain of is that God is in control.

Please make this a matter of utmost concern and prayer. Pray for wisdom for her attorney, fairness on behalf of the judge and that truth will prevail in the court room. Pray that any attempts to promote injustice will be blocked and that Judy and her family will be uplifted with strength and renewed hope and confidence.
Also, Judy has been busy with a wedding for her daughter, a mid-term exam (tomorrow) and just getting over a cold, so please pray for that as well.
Posted by Jon Daley on October 10, 2006, 9:01 pm | Read 5197 times
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Witness testimony that doesn't involve two of the three witnesses? Seems pretty strange. Thanks for the reminder -- all the delays make it easy to relax our vigilance.
Posted by SursumCorda on October 11, 2006, 8:35 am

I doubt it includes the third witness either. I guess you don't know that our testimony doesn't really matter all that much. The "experts" know what really happened.
Posted by Jon Daley on October 11, 2006, 8:48 am

Again from Vicki: Apparently, the expert witness for the prosecution was the only testimony heard today. His testimony brought up additional questions that could not be answered without additional research and discussion with expert witnesses on the side of the defense. The judge allowed a continuance to give Judy's attorney ample time to provide answers to questions raised.

The date for another hearing is January 30, 2007.
Posted by Jon Daley on October 12, 2006, 10:41 pm

I understand that the prosecution doesn't care if this goes on forever, since this way they accomplish their desire -- Judy can't practice -- without having to convict her of anything. But what I don't understand is how Judy's attorney can be content with this travesty of the ideals of speedy justice and that in this country one is innocent until proven guilty.
Posted by SursumCorda on October 13, 2006, 7:53 am
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