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Old December 7, 2008, 02:50 PM   #15
Al Norris
Join Date: June 29, 2000
Location: Rupert, Idaho
Posts: 9,564
Finding and reading the actual dismissal is illuminating.

According to Court Records (here) the Judge made the right call on the firearms charge. I'm thinking that the warrant obtained was clouded; there were no chemical smells upon approaching or entering the house. Any/All evidence would've been ruled inadmissible.

The shrapnel inhaled was in fact 5mm (millimeters), not 5 inches as reported (in several accounts).

The driving while intoxicated charged was dismissed because there was a medical finding for use and no alcohol was found... Contrary to what the article stated, there was a satisfactory explanation for this dismissal.

After reading the dismissal, the Judge used his discretion properly. He saved the taxpayers money by not having a bogus trial.
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