Santa Barbara Politics, Media & Culture

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Where's the Judge?

News-Press attorney David Millstein asked Court Commissioner Colleen Stern to delay their case against Michael Todd another week so that it could be heard by a judge. This actually delays the case even more because Judge Anderle will decide only when to hear the case next Tuesday. When asked by the Daily Sound about it, Todd replied: "You'd think they'd want to be done with it, I've been lead to believe they don't want to deal with it". What exactly that meant wasn't expounded upon for obvious reasons. For more on this item, see Craig Smith's Blog.


Anonymous dd said...

Could this tactic backfire on NP and Ana? I'm of the humble opinion that the NP still representing her as an "employee", although she is only on the books for prosecution purposes only, might be ethically corrupt if not some type of Labor Law violation?

Anyone got an answer for this? dd

10/03/2006 7:43 PM  
Anonymous First District Streetfighter said...

If Ana Fuentes is not working, she is not a real employee. The lawyers for Michael Todd will have a good argument on that one.

10/04/2006 4:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DD-- has the NP taken any action in the past six months that has NOT backfired on them? That seems to be their "mission statement".....

10/04/2006 8:17 AM  

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