Long time Websleuther
- Aug 18, 2003
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Was there a hearing on the 25th scheduled to decide about the lie detector test being passed along illegally? Did it happen. I googled but couldn’t find it.
here's my notes from the hearing -
3/17/22 Update: via Zoom. Motion heard. Galloway was given a polygraph test which was shared to former Troy Police Chief Gary Mayer (hired by defense), who then shared the results with former Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus. Galloway's attorney requested an evidentiary hearing to address the allegations & said Mayer broke the law when giving the information to Nebus. The Oakland Press quoted his attorney who called it a violation of due process & a crime. Galloway’s defense attorney wants that information dismissed based on a violation of attorney-client privilege. Judge Phyllis McMillen said more information is needed before she can move forward with a hearing & then gave them a week to agree on stipulated facts to present to her & come up with a list of witnesses that should appear at the hearing & testify. Judge McMillen said she doesn’t know anything about what was allegedly shared & by whom, and what action the prosecution too. She said she’s obligated to have an evidentiary hearing, but “must have a factual basis to make a determination.” Next evidentiary hearing on 4/11/22.
so - no hearing on the 25th - it will be on 4/11.