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There was some drama during Thursday's mostly procedural hearing. A woman seated in the second-to-last row of the courtroom stood up and said she had evidence of judicial misconduct on behalf of the public defender.
"I tried to deliver information vital to the defense of James Holmes to the public defender," the woman--in a red dress with a shaved head--said, her voice shaking.
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The woman, who was held by two deputies, said the defense team told her they were not willing to speak to Holmes about that information
O.K., I think I tracked Allison Michelle Ernst down.
Could this be her?.....
As far as I can tell, she's a Lawyer!
From her page: ’ Ms. Ernst graduated from Michigan State University College of Law, and received an Equal Justice Works Fellowship for the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at Michigan State University. She married her husband, a Chief Warrant Officer on Active Duty with the U.S. Army, and moved with him to Colorado. She was hired with the Colorado Public Defenders Office, spending 6 years defending indigent clients. Ms. Ernst has handled thousands of criminal cases, vigorously defending her clients from all manner of charges, ranging from disorderly conduct to homicides and sex assaults ‘
Here is her website.... Becker & Ernst LLC
What's up with that?
A TV reporter who spoke to her before the hearing began said the woman talked about a conspiracy dating to 1956 and a blazing light that surrounded Holmes when he allegedly opened the back door of the theater on July 20.
Originally posted by TsukiLunar
reply to post by badfish420
Until evidence is examined by the prosecution and the defense it can not be submitted into court as evidence. We have this rule for a reason.