Judge Laura Turlip 400 Church St. 2nd Floor, Archbald, Pa. 18403 (570) 876-0570 was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Turlip, provided the following information:
Turlip worked as in private practice from 2000 until 2005 when she ran for judge. She took office in January 2006 and was reelected in 2012 and her term run until 2018.
Turlip recalled the Donna Smargiassi case. She knew Donna and her sister and parents from the area just like she knows Lili Vioncek-Clark and her family. Clark and Turlip have been friends for approximately 5 years. Turlip’s significate other went to high school with Clark. He has been …show more content…
Turlip told her where to go and then Clark started to tell her what happened but Turlip told her she didn’t want to know the details because she wasn’t allowed and it would get her in trouble. Turlip told her to see the ADA when she went to the courtroom. Clark never mentioned it again.
When the case came before Turlip, she disclosed to both ADA Brian Gallagher and defense attorney Terri Pawelski that she knew both parties involved in the case. Turlip also knew Pawelski’s sister pretty well and the rest of her family. Turlip knew Smargiassi had some mental issues and when she appeared before her Turlip told her she was sorry to see her under those circumstances. Turlip didn’t feel that she should recuse herself otherwise she would have to do that over 60 to 70% of the time because she knows a lot of people from her area. Turlip indicated that she can be impartial when it comes to the law.
Turlip said there are 3 attorneys that are totally disrespectful and to her and Pawelski is one of them. She is very unprofessional and it seemed like she had a chip on her shoulder for one reason or another. Turlip knows Pawelski practices in Philadelphia and she felt a little sorry for her because she had to drive up to Lackawanna County because that’s what Pawelski told her, but Turlip said she didn’t have to act the way she did in her courtroom. Turlip almost made a complaint herself to the D Board about
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This complaint is based upon the allegation of sexual harassment, disruptive, hostile work environment & racial discrimination filed by Brandy Stockton against Dr. Gregory McClain, stemming from their working relationship at the University of Missouri Hospital. Stockton received repeated harassing / threatening phone calls, some of which started the day Dr. McClain resigned subsequent to a peer review. The caller threatened to chop her up and deliver the pieces to her family. A criminal case has been presented to the Cole County Prosecutor against McClain by the M.U. Police Department. They identified an individual in Texas as the probable source of harassing / threatening calls.
Judge Richard Cappelli 201 W. Front St. Media, Pa. 19063 (610) 891-4042 was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Cappelli, provided the following information: Judge Cappelli was a MDJ from November 1992 until he was elected to the Common Pleas Court in May 2014. Cappelli knows Judge Vann from when he was a MDJ and they would cover for one another over the course of time. Cappelli doesn’t know Vann outside of work, he never socialized with her. Cappelli vaguely recalls the circumstances involved when Vann called him and asked him to do an arraignment for her because she had some sort of conflict.
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Justice Fred Kaufman found in his 1997 report on the commission of inquiry into that wrongful conviction. In the Jessop’s original statement they had arrived home at 4:10 p.m. on October. 3, 1984, and Christine was not home. The focus of the police shifted to Morin, who was the Jessop’s neighbour and lived with his parents. The police discovered that Morin left work at 3:32 p.m. that day and could not have made it home before 4:14 p.m.
I saw some bruises on her, but she said she was fine”. Battered woman syndrome plays a large part in the defense and although one could avoid her releasing her bias to the jury, she seems like her presence would be more hazardous than good for the defence. The only things that she could say that would be
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Several hours later more officers arrived and with a piece of paper they said was a warrant, after she did not come to the door the officers broke down several doors, entered the home and were confronted by Ms. Mapp. She was handcuffed after she took their “warrant” and put it in her dress. Court transcripts states, “The search spread to the rest of the second floor including the child's bedroom, the living room, the kitchen and a dinette. The basement of the building and a trunk found therein were also searched. The obscene materials for possession of which she was ultimately convicted were discovered in the course of that widespread search” ("USSC case Mapp v. Ohio").
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I read A Piece of Cake: A Memoir. It was written by Cupcake Brown. This book was very inspiring and emotional. The story begins with a memory as to why her mother named her Cupcake. Cupcake 's mother died when she was 11.After that she got taken away from the family she knew.