Re: Johnson72 12:39 p.m. March 19, 2012"Sad thing is.. Stewart is
guilty until proven innocent."Maybe Stewart will get lucky and
the judge won't allow the evidence buried in the cemetery to be used as
evidence at his trial.It is always more difficult to prove your
innocence when the evidence of your crime is laying in a coffin.
This case is going to make Ogden regret its heavy handed tactics. There is
smoke and mirrors happing in this investigation, and I find it disgusting.
From the little I know about the criminal justice system, the defendant and his
lawyer may want the time to discover as much as possible about what is likely to
happen during the preliminary hearing. There are so many legal procedures to
ensure that due process is followed, that more time the better at this point. I
wouldn't be complaining too much unless the court of public opinion becomes
a major issue.
Sad thing is.. Stewart is guilty until proven innocent.