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The former judge was sentenced to six months in jail.
As a former juvenile court judge, a Democrat, to the bank after being named the winner of the disputed 2010 election, was detained on Monday, and had to be taken by the court in Cincinnati, according to reports.
As a deputy, with his arms under the suspect’s shoulders and pulled Tracie Hunter was in court, and after went to it again and again. The Supporters stood up and yelled in anger, and deputies intercepted a woman who was trying to rush to get to her.
There were demonstrations outside the Hamilton County Courthouse and civil rights activists have said that there will be a boycott or any other actions of protest.
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Hamilton County common pleas Judge Patrick Dinkelacker ordered her to six months ‘ imprisonment, to run after a contentious hearing in which he read from the cards, with critical comments may be sent to the house in support of the Hunter. He called to them in a clear intimidation attempt which is a flat-out failure.”
Fox 19 reported that a Dinkelacker, read a letter from the prosecutor, Joe Deters noted Hunter and has never once shown remorse.”
“It’s incredibly disrespectful to you and to justice,” said Deters.
The public prosecutor added in his letter that he thinks she has some sort of medical condition.”
Deters, a Republican, said she will receive a medical evaluation, the news outlet reported.
As a deputy, with his arms under the suspect’s shoulders and pulled Tracie Hunter was in court, and after went to it again and again. The Supporters stood up and yelled in anger, and deputies intercepted a woman who was trying to rush to get to her. (The Hamilton County Jail, via AP)
The Sheriff, Jim Neil, a Democrat, said Monday afternoon that the Hunter will have to be housed in the prison’s medical facility, to be followed by healthcare professionals and security staff.
“Mrs. Hunter, have been on the well-being and safety is my No. 1 priority,” Neil said in a statement, adding that his staff will assess whether or not its in order to be eligible for early release programs.
Attorney David Singleton said the Hunter, though it has endured many years of self-doubt and has lost her job and law license for what he called an unjust trial and a sentence that is out of proportion.
“I can’t believe that it Deters would be to ask for her to be evaluated. It is not a problem, then again, it’s not for her competence or understanding. Absolutely not,” he said, as Fox 19 reported.
“They have been each and every morning, don’t know if that would be the day that they are sent to prison, Hunter’s lawyer, added. “I know the impact that this has had on her life. We believe that it would be most unjust and unfair, and it is a waste of tax-payer dollars to incarcerate, even for a minute.”
He told me that they needed to take care of her elderly mother.
Hunter, 52, had been more than one court has to take up the challenge in 2014, her conviction and sentence for one felony count of unlawful interest in a public works contract, the charges that they provided confidential documents to her brother, when he was faced with a disciplinary hearing held in his court duties.
A federal judge in May rejected its bid to avoid jail time.
She had tried it on any other grounds, which were dismissed after the jury could not agree on a verdict.
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Lawyers for the Hunter, and have been suggested to have the case against her is political.
Shocked was the Republican Gov. Mike DeWine to consider commuting her sentence. However, a DeWine spokesman Dan Tierney said Monday afternoon that the firm has not yet received an application for approval of a Hunter himself, The Associated Press reported.
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