Tag: 2017

Dec 03

Kirstin Lobato Evidentiary Hearing Courtroom Video Is On Justice Denied’s Website

The official courtroom video of Kirstin Blaise Lobato’s evidentiary hearing in Las Vegas from Oct. 9 to Oct. 13, 2017 is available on Justice Denied’s website. Click here to go to the webpage with links to the video for each day. Video is available for each complete day, and for each time during that day …

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Oct 15

Kirstin Lobato Habeas Corpus Evidentiary Hearing Summary (10-9 to 10-13-17)\

Kirstin Lobato’s five-day evidentiary hearing before District Court Judge Stefany Miley was held from Monday, Oct. 9 to Friday, October 13, 2017. Kirstin Blaise Lobato was convicted in 2006 of voluntary manslaughter and other charges related to Duran Bailey’s homicide in Las Vegas on July 8, 2001. She is incarcerated serving her sentence of 13 …

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Feb 11

U.S. Ninth Circuit “So-called Judges” Prove To The World They Are Agenda Driven Political Hacks

Executive Order 13769, The White House, Jan. 27, 2017

By Hans Sherrer Feb. 11, 2017 Every federal and state judge in the United States is a politician. A 2003 law review article explained that, “Contrary to their carefully cultivated public image of being independent and above the frays of everyday life, judges are influenced and even controlled by powerful and largely-hidden political, financial, personal …

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Jan 04

Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin Issues 192 Marijuana Possession Pardons

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin (Pat Bradley - WAMC)

On January 3, 2017 Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin issued a pardon to 192 people convicted prior to 2013 of misdemeanor marijuana possession. In 2013, Gov. Shumlin signed a law decriminalizing possession in Vermont of less than one ounce of marijuana. Before the law was changed in 2013, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana …

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