Discussion in 'Trials' started by betterbe, Apr 22, 2017.
Just an update of - no update in court site....
this is the most frustrating case---total lack of info or updates. Sweet Janell deserves so much better.
Totally agree with katydid - Janell needs JUSTICE!!
Have an update!! Don't know IF there was an actually hearing though....
10/17/2019 STATE'S DISCOVERY RESPONSES,MOTIONS,NOTICES, AND DEMANDS
Nothing new on Leon....
10/25/2019 NOTICE OF CONFLICT
no updates on Tanya....
Sorry - no updates to today, 11/17/19.....
Don't know IF this was an actual appearance in court.... what do you think?
11/22/2019 ENTRY OF APPEARANCE
11/22/2019 MOTION FOR THE PRODUCTION OF DISCOVERY AND BRADY MATERIALS
no updates on Leon
Just an update of - no update....
Just got a google alert on Tanya - but I have no access to it, even with Outline.
Superior Court Judge Michael Annis resigning judgeship
can some give a 10% synopsis on this please? TIA!
and edited to add: no updates on the court site for either one as of 12/13.
Superior Court Judge Michael N. Annis has announced he is resigning his judgeship effective Feb. 1.
Annis presides over criminal and civil cases. He is currently appointed to preside over the death penalty case of Leon Tripp who along with his wife, Tanya Tripp, is accused of murder in the death of his step-daughter Latania Janell Carwell. Her mother, Tonya Tripp, reported her missing April 17, 2017, her 16th birthday.
Her remains were found in a shallow grave in March 2018. Leon Tripp faces a possible death sentence if convicted.
Annis’ replacement will complete his current term of office, which ends Dec. 31, 2020. The state Constitution will give his replacement until 2022 before he must run for election.
The skipped part just says the judge asked the governor to appoint a replacement. The judge was up for re-election in 2020 anyway. He asked to work part time until his successor is chosen. He is one of 8 Superior Court Judges of the Augusta Judicial Circuit. It does not say why the judge is stepping down early. He has been on the bench for 16 years. It also does not mention if this will delay the case longer but I imagine it might... MOO.
Thanks a bunch Gardener1850! Dang this case is moving slowly....