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Do you sing some things?
This article is about the song by Yoko Ono. This is an attempt – http://www.speakingtree.in/search/attempt at a “dancing piece” by a group (or a song) about a topic. The group is not that specific in form or scope. However when this article was written, they did talk about “dancing” in Japan.
A judge rejected a motion to revoke a bail hearing last week, rejecting a request by a former officer of the San Jose police to issue an initial bail bond amount of $6,000.
Pending hearings, District Court Judge Kathleen B. O’Brien agreed to revoke all of the bail and give an initial bond amount of $5,800. The defendant, who will be arraigned Monday, will not be charged with a crime.
Last month, in a bid to force the court to reconsider, the San Jose Mercury News reported that it had received letters from the San Jose police saying the request for a bail hearing should be turned down. In November, the newspaper also noted that during the recent court hearing, a grand jury indicted two officers with the same force in this case and found them guilty.
Earlier this month, the Mercury News reported that San Jose police released internal records of an investigation into internal affairs that concluded they failed to report incidents involving two San Jose officers during the course of their patrol, violin practice online (knowhowbase.gq – http://knowhowbase.gq/learn-violin/) despite the fact that they were fired by the sheriff’s office last year. One officer, a 35-year veteran of the force, was placed on paid administrative leave with immediate effect pending a second internal affairs report. Another has not returned messages seeking comment.
“They’re using this as an excuse not to prosecute,” said O’Brien, who issued the decision in the case in part through her superiors, a deputy prosecutor, a district attorney and a former sergeant. “My recommendation to the jury at hand is that all of you stop talking to me and this is nothing that the defendants think will help them get back on their feet.”
Bond hearings are used as a means of seeking bail at sentencing. In court records filed by Bexar County Judge Edward Geller, he has said the “probable cause” to issue an initial bail bond amount is not sufficient to prove a crime or prove a “substantial probability that a crime will be committed.” The judge also said the jury would have to prove that the suspect committed a crime.
If a defendant is charged or convicted
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