Tuesday, July 13, 2010

and some results from recents trials...

These from the week of June 28:

147th JUDICIAL DISTRICT/ JUDGE FLOWERS
Defendant: Laura Hall
Offense: Hindering apprehension / Tampering with evidence
Prosecutors: Allison Wetzel, Chris Baugh and Stephanie Mcarland
Defense attorney: Jim Sawyer
DISPOSITION: Jury sentenced defendant to 1 year state jail and $4,000 fine and 10 years in prison and $10,000 fine, sentences will run concurrently.

331st JUDICIAL DISTRICT/ JUDGE PERKINS
Defendant: Leslie Parker Jones
Offense: Aggravated assault / Aggravated assault with deadly weapon
Prosecutors: Amy Meredith and J.D. Castro
Defense attorney: Wayne Meissner
DISPOSITION:Jury found defendant guilty; Jury sentenced defendant to 10 yrs Probation, 180 days SHOCK (explanation: "Shock" is a period in the penitentiary and is intended to do what it sounds like it's intended to do)

403 rd JUDICIAL DISTRICT/ VISITING JUDGE WISSER

Defendant: Martha Coronado
Offense: Securing execution of a document by deception
Prosecutors: Jason English and Susan Oswalt
Defense attorney: Brian Roark
DISPOSITION: Jury found Guilty of Class A Theft; sentencing will be by the Judge on 7/23.

2 comments:

  1. In Travis County, does the jury recommend shock?

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  2. No sir, that's at the judge's discretion.

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