Skip to comments.Rev. Jesse Jackson’s trial looming - Lawyers discuss dates with judge in conference call
Posted on 01/05/2013 11:20:48 AM PST by Libloather
Freeport, Ill. Attorneys for those arrested during a Sensata plant protest and the City of Freeport spoke via conference call with Judge Jack Joyce on Wednesday to begin ironing out details for an upcoming trial date.
Were looking at trial dates, said City Attorney John Mitchell. The conference that we held with the opposing counsel was to discuss three or four dates that are open over the next few months.
Lawyers are working towards a trial because the 11 protesters facing criminal trespassing charges lobbied for a trial by jury rather than agreeing to pay any fines during their initial court date at the Stephenson County Courthouse on Nov. 28.
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Isn’t Jesse Jackson’s congressman son getting indicted? I thought I read somewhere that he got the sadz and had to go to Mayo Clinic upon learning of the investigation into his suspected corruption but things have been awfully quiet as of late.
“They could put him a cell with O.J.”
Better yet . . . a cell with Blago
It could be a race to see who gets an orange jumpsuit first - the Rev. or JJJ.
You can bet the Rev. won’t spend any time in a cell.;/
He has that immunity thing going.
He won’t go to jail. Anyone who attended a democrat convention will never go to jail, even if they should. Sharpton. Jackson.
I see a blood clot in the near future.
Just thinking out loud here, but I wonder if the “Rev” had armed security with him, and if that would have any impact on what he is charged with.