At the Feb. 7, 2011 hearing
, Judge Haynie ordered this case, 09-F-013580, down-graded to a misdemeanor. The reduction in charges occurred when Cobble insisted that his evidence be entered into the record at the probable cause hearing, for review by the grand jury. Previously, as many of you already know, Haynie and the Assist. county attorney Geizer acted to block Cobble's evidence. In fact
, the new misdemeanor case has not
been assigned a case number.
On Jan. 3, 2011, the quo warranto[s] referenced below were delivered to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
(Col. John Aubrey), accepted by Lt. Col. Carl Yates; for removal from office Judge Annie Haynie and County Attorney Mike O'Connell, for failure to conduct their official duties. Copies of the respective quo warrantos were sent by certified mail to Judge Haynie and CA O'Connell. For more information contact Daniel Cobble: 502-499-5249 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For state case 09-F-013580 - On Jan. 3, 2011
, subpoenas were issued for federal judge Charles R. Simpson
, Assist. U.S. Attorney Michael A. Bennett
, U.S. Magistrate Dave Whalin
, and U.S. Probation Officer Michael T. Clements
to appear to testify at Cobble's preliminary hearing.
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[Posted Dec. 30, 2010:] The background of this situation was introduced with Cobble's Dec. 16 & 17, 2010 letters
to Judge Anne Haynie
(Jefferson County District Court, Div. 301) and County Attorney Mike O'Connell
giving notice that quo warrantos would be filed if Cobble's filed papers were not
entered into the court record. Below is the quo warranto being delivered to the county sheriff on Judge Haynie; another will be delivered on O'Connell. The "First Issue" applies to both Haynie and O'Connell, their refusal to allow Cobble's filed papers into the court record. The "Second Issue" applies only to Haynie, where she refuses to grant Cobble's Mar. 5, 2010 motion to refund an improper contract of a release bond. Granting the motion would require Haynie to dismiss the case due the evidence at-hand.
You are invited to join Cobble
in delivering the two quo warrantos to the Jefferson County Sheriff on Monday
, Jan. 3, 2011
. Meet Cobble & family and supporters at 10 a.m.
at 6th & Jefferson St.
(in front of the Hall of Justice). Help join the fight to take back our government. -- Please do not judge this matter until you have carefully studied the documents.