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Law Clerk Sat In On Grand Jury

March 21, 2013

MOUNDSVILLE — Marshall County Prosecutor Jeff Cramer said concerns about this month’s grand jury can be “quite easily remediated” if challenges are made by defendants and their attorneys....

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Mar-22-13 9:20 AM

Impact must be the law clerk or the prosecutor. My comment was made after reading rule 6 of the criminal procedure rules regarding grand juries. I just thought that was something that should have been done first. Seemed fairly clear to me. I guess reading the section on "who may be present" and "closed hering" wasn't enough for my lay person "idiot" mind. Should have known "it all depends on what my definition of is is."

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Mar-21-13 11:14 PM

Off topic-NR doing business as usual. They have deleted all the rape trial comments on articles that were posted. What, not enough sympathy for athletes, as we know, sports is the are in wheeling that deserves the most attention. Sorry we cant all be simpletons.

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Mar-21-13 10:52 PM

wvhoopie, why should the defendant? So that the defendant can HIRE one of the prosecutores friends who currently does not have much business. SO FRIENDS of Someone IMPORTANT can make their rightful BUCK, and the powerless can get harrassed so that they realize how little power they have.

Law is about making money and power, not justice. When that is understood-then you will understand how the game is played.

The law is meant to keep some down, and others up. Which one are you? Given the opportunity-they go after the ones they see weak. It makes bucks, it keeps public defenders empolyed.

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Mar-21-13 2:16 PM

Five comments from five idiots. If you don't understand the subject, either ask questions or shut up!

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Mar-21-13 12:25 PM

How should the "legal scholars" be forced to report bad decisions by local politicans even if they gave the bad legal advice?

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Mar-21-13 12:22 PM

To many local official do, the same thing by going with what they thought was ok 30 years ago or what they think without check with the right authority. Why should the defendant in this case have to protest? What should be the penalty for the persons causing this possible mistake? Or, why is always up to the injured party to take it to a higher court?

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Mar-21-13 11:37 AM

So what these "legal scholars" are saying is that they did not know or did not read the rules. But hey, no's simple lets ask the Supreme Court...because there is nothing more important for the Supremes to do but micromanage incompetence.

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Mar-21-13 10:38 AM

Smells like "Coleman's" in Marshall County.

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Mar-21-13 10:17 AM

they looking to keep on of their own out of trouble?

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Mar-21-13 6:10 AM

I'm willing to bet that Crammer realized this was a problem but did not want to upset king Mark. WOW

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