Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Vic Kohring's New Motion for Evidentiary Hearing

Anchorage--

Jill Burke of www.alaskadispatch.com has a summary of ex-State Rep. Vic Kohring's new motion for an evidentiary hearing, filed in March and ordered unsealed last week. You can read her story--plus a link--at http://www.alaskadispatch.com/blogs/political-animal/5201-vic-kohring-alleges-silent-treatment on the Internet.


3 comments:

Celia Harrison said...

Very interesting, I read the whole document. Thanks for posting it.

freeper said...

Like Stevens, if Kohring should manage to get any kind of hearing or retrial, dismissal or reduction of charges, he's still not innocent of corruption.

The guilt of Stevens and Kohring can not be reduced or redefined because of technicalities.

Regardless of any further legal maneuvers, Kohring and Stevens are both still common criminals, corrupt crooks.

The only regrettable factor now is the continuing increased public costs of litigation.

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