March 9, 2014 issue of the Hood County News

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March 9, 2014 issue of the Hood County News - An Open Letter to the Citizens of Hood County...
An Open Letter to the Citizens of Hood County After many months of discussion concerning the immediate need for a new Kcourt for our county, Hood County now has the new county Court-at-Law Court-at-Law Court-at-Law Court-at-Law Court-at-Law in operation and conducting trials. The Commissioners Court believes that this Court-at-Law Court-at-Law Court-at-Law Court-at-Law Court-at-Law will enhance the county budget with fines that will be generated. generated. The Commissioners Court did not want a lack of prosecution to create a backlog of unprosecuted defendants' who were a threat to the safety of law-abiding law-abiding law-abiding citizens of Hood County. I stand corrected if it has happened, but I have as of now, never read, seen or heard anyone say anything about those that have been accused of a crime that may not be guilty. Without a court some have been on the docket for years waiting for a trial. Check the court records for yourself and see how many of these people have been found not guilty and released. This county, having resisted this type of system for many years, has now come of age. The citizens of the county have an operating court at their disposal. The court is being handled by a long time trusted county official that has given this county his very best for sixteen years. I remember reading an article in Hood County News that someone made the comment "How could Richard Hattox be a fair judge after so many years as a prosecutor?" I personally was tangled up in the old system and had it not been for Richard Richard Hattox proving his honesty, integrity and fairness to all, things could have been much worse. ; : , - I personally believe that Judge Hattox can do for, this County Court what Judge Walton has done for the District Court; , , I strongly urge the voters of Hood County to keep Richard Hattox on the payroll, he has earned it. , ' '. -. -. i ; i. . , ' Harry Humble , ' Pd. political ad by Harry Humble, 6003 Hunterwood Dr., Granbury, Texas 76048

Clipped from Hood County News09 Mar 2002, SatPage 28

Hood County News (Granbury, Texas)09 Mar 2002, SatPage 28
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