So it did not say, but I wonder if she was put on PAID administration leave or
It should be paid administrative leave until charges are filed or the
investigation is completed. You don't fire someone (which unpaid leave
basically is) until they are proven to have done something wrong.
Free paid vacation time while a very slow justice system tries to figure things
out. Why arrest her unless the investigation pointed to her and they have
something on her. Something is wrong with the system.
Shame is when you know you did wrong. Gilt is when every one knows. Drugs
destroys the pleasure part of the brain, It must destroy the conshunts to.
She will cop a plea that " I have a drug problem" prosecutor will
recommend re-hab - she'll take a long paid recovery sabbatical and return
with a renewed spirit to help others.That is if she is part of the -
Good Ole Boy Network - for if an individual is in the pocket of this group our
laws do not apply to them. The Federal Courts are about as corrupt as it gets
as far as applying the law the same way to everyone charged with a crime
One would hope that a person this educated, holding positions of public
responsibillity and trust would not be guilty of any personal involvement with
the distribution of drugs. One would hope and expect that moral and ethical
standards are strictly adhered. Its a terrible public dissapointment and loss if
and when such is not the case.
Hopefully you are kidding about paying her. She has been arrested by law
enforcement officials who must have enough evidence to support the allegations
that she 'did something wrong'. How about she is placed on unpaid
administrative leave. If she is later exhonerated, she is reinstated. If
convicted - she is fired. She really isn't performing the job
she was hired to do so why pay her until she is back at work? I wouldn't
think of paying someone if they weren't doing what I paid them to do. Holding her job until the final resolution is probably fine. But no way
should she be paid until she is back at work.
I see disbarment in her future.
@RyanMacContinuing to pay her has several advantages1) It
would speed up the legal proceedings. The State does not want to pay an
unproductive employee.2) Say she is innocent, in the mean time she
still has bills, mortgage and has to survive. To rob of her livlihood if she
had done nothing wrong would be a bigger crime.3) If someone could
so easily be not paid, it would allow the government to be more accusatory
without facts.Obviously someone somewhere thinks there is some merit
to the charges, otherwise they would not have been filed, but she is entitled to
her day in Court and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
The arrest demsonstrates that corruption in Utah is not limited to our State
Government, but also local government as well.
Is there proof that she ordered what was contained in the package ??? Or did
someone shetrusted asked if she would recieve a package for them as they
would not be available forthe delivery in which case she would not know
what the contents were. It would be easyfor someone to set her up. The war
on drugs is more of a crime then are those using thedrugs.People should be
charged for committing crimes, rather then making any thing thegovernment
says is outlawed a crime. If the substance is that bad, the manufacturer
shouldbe arrested. The price the companys charge for those pills is a
crime in its self. Boycottthem if possible.
if it is true, this is a sad day
It's Ok, one less democrat ruling from the bench.