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Posted on August 8 at 5:54 p.m.
Apparently you don't know Darryl Genis. I have no doubt that DWG is actually him. He's never let ethics or the State Bar stop him from speaking his mind or influencing his actions. It's attorneys like him that give the profession a bad name. His enormous ego and low character are well known in the SB legal community.
On Shredded Documents Dominate DUI Hearing
Posted on August 2 at 11:27 p.m.
Ok, stop speculating.... There were two uniformed SBPD detectives and four SBSO Bailiffs in court last Tuesday and on Monday there were two uniformed SBPD officers and 4-5 SBSO Bailiffs. Normally, there are one or two bailiffs in a courtroom but because of Cirque du Lance, there were more. Perhaps the convicted criminal who complained that she was intimidated gets a little nervous when she sees some cops....I'm just sayin'.
On Judge Tosses Lance from Court
Posted on August 2 at 12:19 a.m.
Details you say? Yes, I was there, Hill took control of his court room for the most part....a welcome change from last week. He chastised Genis and Lance for their behavior and promised to hold them accountable with a sanction, exclusion or contempt charge if necessary. Hill let Genis run on a bit but then again, who can really keep that yap under control? Hill himself carried on a bit as well, but what can you do there? Home grown politico with a lengthy criminal past, Cruzito Cruz, had an outburst that got him ejected by the bailiffs. Not to be outdone, Lance just couldn't keep that enormous ego in check and was asked to leave the courtroom for his outbursts. When he didn't move fast enough and started to go off about Chicago and some other nonsense, the bailiffs escorted him out by force. It was quite circus-like....you would have enjoyed it. After all of that, the only business that got done - two more convicted drunk drivers signed a bunch of handwriting exemplars.
On What Gag Order?
Posted on July 28 at 1:20 a.m.
Ira Distenfield and his wife Linda should be commended for their work on On Patrol. In addition to being extremely entertaining, the show serves the community by educating the public about how Police Officers do their jobs. Most of us get our ideas about how police work is done from the media, television and movies....which is often more "Hollywood" than reality. A show like On Patrol allows us to see the challenges the officers face and the kind of people they deal with everyday. Thank you again to the Distenfields!
On On Patrol Saved by the Bell
Posted on July 25 at 10:55 p.m.
14noscams......Don't put words in Officer Battaglia's mouth unless you are quoting her. It is perfectly normal for officers to have slightly different accounts of the same event in part because they are different people with different perceptions, recollections and vantage points. In fact, you might worry if their reports were identical. In Ofc. Battaglia's report I don't see any contradictions with Ofc. Beutel's report. Do you have something different to support your claims? While you are at it, double check your facts regarding your claim that Ofc. Beutel made a workers comp claim against Kenny for approx. $7762...... I think you will find the truth is she never missed any work because of Mr. Kenny and the correct amount is around $800. She sounds like one tough little officer, Mr. Kenny is 6'0" 220 lbs and Ofc. Beutel is about 5' nuthin' and about half his weight. In fact its no wonder Mr.Kenny and Mr. Lance have flocked together considering that they both tried to avoid their DUIs at all costs .... Ofc. Beutel passed a rigorous background investigation.....Mr. Lance couldn't do the same.
On Got Dog?
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