Wednesday, September 09, 2020

COVID-19 Could Set Kansas Crooks Free

A warning about the local criminal justice system enduring strain and struggling to cope with caseloads complicated by the pandemic.

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Kansas prosecutors: Criminal cases risk being dismissed

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) - Accused criminals could soon get a free pass if Kansas lawmakers don't act to extend the governor's coronavirus-related State of Emergency Declaration. The right to a speedy trial is what's at the heart of the issue. The doors of the Johnson County Courthouse are cluttered with notices about all kinds of restrictions due to COVID-19.

5 comments:

Bandit said...

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Anonymous said...

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Retro ROCKER said...

If you release them put them on Highway projects. Give them work or crime will rise. Millions of pot holes. The

Anonymous said...

Since masks work criminals should be wearing the mask when behind bars.

Anonymous said...

It’s worked so well in these other Dem run cities. Make them wear masks, if they get Covid, they’ll get over it.