- Mar 17, 2005
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Same info, from Atchison Globe:
Roger Hollister, 58, rural Sabetha, is poised to have a jury proclaim his guilt or innocence during a trial beginning Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, in Atchison County District Court.
Well, good thing he's poised; cells are small spaces.
Here is an article from the Hiawatha World that is a little more in depth.
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Judge Asher reserved a two-week block for the trial in February. He advised the attorneys that the initial trial date would instead accommodate additional pre-trial motions. He also said he was aware that both parties were well involved in the case before the charges were filed in June. He indicated that the new date should allow all to get locked in. He advised the attorneys not to let any problems linger.
This article is wrong. He must serve 48 hours before he is eligible for the work release. He will then be on work release for the remainder of the 90 days that he has to serve. Unless he is not the angel his lawyer tried to make him out to be, and he would happen to fall off the wagon while on "work" release or be late returning to jail.
I hope so too. Maybe the judge will take into account that if EK doesn't show up, he must not want it that badly. Hope your judge sees through the BS.
Also, I had a weird thought. Has anyone heard how EK is being treated in the community? Since he hasn't been charged, i'm thinking a good, old fashioned shunning is in order, in the very least. People should me making it very hard for him to get along if he's not in jail. (maybe i'm just hateful, but if i was a business person, i would definitely use my "we reserve the right to refuse service" policy in his case.)
Just saw the trial has been delayed (on tv news)...'cause attorney has been too busy with other cases'???? so sorry to hear this...
Hmmm, never thought of that angle...can not the bartenders refuse to serve and then.....call the cops...or serve him and call the cops?
The family of Pat Kimmi would like to invite family, friends, and the community to join us for a short prayer service on the one year anniversary of her abduction. We will meet in the field at 1595 326th Rd., Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 1:00 pm. We will walk west from there to the area where she was last seen. We would like to again say to all of you THANK YOU and may GOD BLESS YOU ALL for your prayers and support.