Richard E. Simmons vs. State of Indiana - 10/7/13

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Monday  October 7, 2013 
1:30 PM  EST

1:30 p.m., 55A01-1209-CR-444. Richard Simmons was convicted of eight offenses arising out of an incident where he shot at police officers who were trying to serve a warrant on him.  He argues on appeal he should not have been convicted of attempted murder because the police he shot at were behind a wall and there was no evidence he knew they were there.  Simmons also argues the jury was not properly instructed and his sentence was inappropriate. The Scheduled Panel Members are Judges May, Pyle, and, Senior Judge Shepard.  Location:  Randall T. Shepard Academy For Law And Special Justice, Harrison High School Auditorium,  211 Fielding Road, Evansville, Indiana

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  1. So the prosecutor made an error and the defendants get a full remedy. Just one short paragraph to undo the harm of the erroneous prosecution. Wow. Just wow.

  2. Wake up!!!! Lawyers are useless!! it makes no difference in any way to speak about what is important!! Just dont tell your plans to the "SELFRIGHTEOUS ARROGANT JERKS!! WHO THINK THEY ARE BETTER THAN ANOTHER MAN/WOMAN!!!!!!

  3. Looks like you dont understand Democracy, Civilized Society does not cut a thiefs hands off, becouse now he cant steal or write or feed himself or learn !!! You deserve to be over punished, Many men are mistreated hurt in many ways before a breaking point happens! grow up !!!

  4. It was all that kept us from tyranny. So sad that so few among the elite cared enough to guard the sacred trust. Nobody has a more sacred obligation to obey the law than those who make the law. Sophocles No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man's permission when we ask him to obey it. Obedience to the law is demanded as a right; not asked as a favor. Theodore Roosevelt That was the ideal ... here is the Hoosier reality: The King can do no wrong. Legal maxim From the Latin 'Rex non potest peccare'. When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal. Richard Nixon

  5. So men who think they are girls at heart can use the lady's potty? Usually the longer line is for the women's loo, so, the ladies may be the ones to experience temporary gender dysphoria, who knows? Is it ok to joke about his or is that hate? I may need a brainwash too, hey! I may just object to my own comment, later, if I get myself properly "oriented"