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The CSP stands for the "Colorado State Patrol" but the person who arrested you is called a "trooper" and for good reason. A very militaristic outfit. And, BTW: Tom, I argued the constitutionality of sobriety checkpoints in the Colorado Supreme Court in People v. Rister, 803 P. 2d 483 (1990) and in a 4-3 opinion the Court upheld the constitutionality of them. The minority opinion was longer than the majority opinion. The CO S Court majority followed the SCOTUS opinion decided in 1990 ( and the CO SC held up oral argument awaiting the SCOTUS opinion which I believe was authored by Rehnquist who was no friend of the 4th Amendment).
Oak Creek hasn't had a decent chief since Dale McNutt.
Where are the "multiple letters wildly circulating" (the community)?
So who picks the lawyers office... and the beat goes on
Just one more survey to be lost in the "round file". What a waste of everyone's time to dream up this survey, surely (?) they have better things to do ... or do they ?
Chris, I have read and re-read the one reference to Tony Lettunich (spelled "Letnich" in Kleiber's missive) and for the life of me I cannot understand how this creates a conflict of interest in Mr. Lettunich advising the city counsel. Please explain. Bill
The PILOT should publish in any form the whole transcript not just excerpts of the October meeting. Plus, if the meetings are recorded then why hasn't the PILOT obtained them ? Do they simply rely upon Kleiber to feed the PILOT with tapes of what he wishes to disclose ?
BTW: who canned Blank, if that is what happened?
Why burden the Public Defender? Let his plaintiff's counsel represent him and worry about the fee once they whoop the city for big bucks.
My sentiments exactly !
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