Sunday, April 12, 2020

Jackson County Officials, Politicos & Lawyers Fight Over COVID-19 Response

Worthwhile peek at continued courthouse drama amid the risk of increased pandemic liability at the jail and political posturing, of course . . . Read more:

Jackson County Detention Center responds to first COVID-19 case

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Law enforcement said preparation remains a constant as the Jackson County, Missouri, Detention Center now deals with its first COVID-19 case. "We had to steer into this problem instead of waiting for it to hit us," Jackson County, Missouri, Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker told 41 Action News on Sunday.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

So several of Mr. Ross's clients are in the jail? I guess he couldn't get them out, huh?

Anonymous said...

If you can't do the time, don't commit the crime.

Anonymous said...

8:30 a.m.
Most people in the jail are awaiting trial. Haven't been convicted, so still innocent until proven guilty. Do you honestily believe there's no one innocent being held in there? Or is arresting only guilty peolpe the one thing our local government does right?

Anonymous said...

Yes. They are all guilty as sin.