Skip to comments.Felon who got break for voting skips court date (MN)
Posted on 11/13/2008 12:54:18 PM PST by WOBBLY BOB
ST. PAUL, Minn.A convicted felon who got a break from a judge who delayed his sentencing so he could vote failed to show up in court. Twenty-four-year-old Javontez Lavel Ross pleaded guilty to a drug charge Sept. 11. Ramsey County District Judge Margaret Marrinan agreed then to delay his sentencing so he could vote in what she called a "historic election." Felons can't vote until they finish serving their prison time and probation. When Ross failed to return to court Wednesday, a bench warrant was issued for his arrest. Marrinan said she didn't regret granting the delay.
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his previous story.
typical MN lib judge. any doubt if Freaky Franken will win here?
How stupid can this Judge be?
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I wonder who he voted for???
“How stupid can this Judge be?”
He wasn’t motivated by stupidity.
The judge let him out to vote because it was a “historic election.” That pretty well confirms what all of us thought, that both the judge and the criminal are Obama supporters.
Plenty stupid. This is Minnesota we’re talking about.
tough call there...
probably worked for ACORN as his probation.