From the Waco Trib:
Anyone reading this blog over the last week must be left wondering: "So AR, a former defense attorney, gets elected with the support of the defense bar, only to emerge as an even more anti-justice partisan than his predecessor. But why?"
The McLennan County Commissioners' Court held a hearing last week, trying to find out why the jails are full, the courts are backlogged, and why criminal justice is costing taxpayers so much money.
The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America states:
There is no problem between the DA and Waco police, claims AR-- except for the detective who is "subverting justice":
The Waco Trib published an editorial supporting AR's "strong anti-crime stance", while acknowledging "strong evidence" of AR's "abysmal communication and organizational skills."
[...] if cases aren’t resolved promptly, defendants languish in jail awaiting trial.
A police detective’s refusal to turn over the name of a confidential informant to prosecutors has cast a public spotlight on a private rift between the Waco Police Department and the McLennan County District Attorney’s office.
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