Tag Archive: insufficient evidence

Apr 08

Georgia Appeals Court Exonerates Kevin Andre Williams Of Committing Non-crime

Elizabeth Vila Rogan (www.theroganlawfirm.com)

The Georgia Court of Appeals excoriated the trial judge and the prosecution in acquitting Kevin Andre Williams of driving without a Georgia drivers license. The appeals court ruled Williams had committed no crime. Williams ordeal began in December 2014 when he was stopped for speeding in DeKalb County, Georgia. He provided the police officer with …

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Mar 13

Taquala Monique Howse Acquitted By Iowa Appeals Court Of Her Stun Gun Being Dangerous Weapon

Lipstick tube stun gun sold by Walmart.

The Iowa Court of Appeals acquitted Taquala Monique Howse on March 11, 2015 of carrying a dangerous weapon for having a small stun gun in her purse. On June 23, 2013 Waterloo, Iowa Police Officer Kyle Jurgensen responded to a call that a suspected shoplifter had been detained at the local Walmart store. The detained …

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Feb 22

Washington Appeals Court Rules Gerald Lewis Yanac Didn’t Rob Bank Asking Teller For “Money”

Gerald Lewis Yanac (Kitsap County Sheriff)

The Washington Court of Appeals acquitted Gerald Lewis Yanac on February 18, 2015 of first-degree robbery for being given money by a bank teller he asked for “money.” On August 15, 2012 Yanac went into a Key Bank in Port Orchard, Washington, a city of about 12,000 that is 13 miles due west of Seattle. …

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Oct 28

An Exoneration Can Be Judicial Or By Executive Or Legislative Clemency

An Exoneration Can Be Judicial Or By Executive Or Legislative Clemency  By Hans Sherrer*;October 28, 2014What is an exoneration?Exoneration is derived from the Latin word exoneratio, which means “an unloading, lightening.”[1] The first known use of exoneration in English was in 1640, and in 1660 it was expressly used to describe relief from a government …

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Jan 31

Charles Stobaugh Acquitted By Texas Appeals Court Of Murdering His Wife Who May Be Alive

Charles Stobaugh released from the Denton County Jail on January 30, 2014 with his son Tommy on his right and daughter Charee on his left. (David Minton - Denton Record-Chronicle)

The Texas Court of Appeals has acquitted Charles Stobaugh of murdering his wife Kathy Stobaugh in 2004 in Denton County, Texas. Stobaugh was convicted in 2011 and sentenced to 25-years in prison. Charles and Katherine (Kathy) Stobaugh married in 1984 and they had two children. In 1991 they bought a 105 acre farm outside Sanger, …

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Oct 26

Christina Maycock Reimbursed $20,733 Restitution After Fraud Conviction Overturned

Christina Maycock Reimbursed $20,733 Restitution After Fraud Conviction Overturned

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