All Charges But One Dropped Against Isaacs

Looks like Darrel's doing OK, folks.

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6 comments:

Shirley said...

AWESOME!!!!!!!!

Class of '04 said...

Raise your hand if you said or thought - "It's a setup."

Voice of Sanity said...

What would happen if the last charge was dropped as well? Would he be able to file a counter to being removed from his position? Or would it be the case that, while there was enough to issue charges and the court decided not to pursue them, the firing would stand because there were still things done incorrectly?

Regardless, this was good news to read.

Editorial Junta said...

Though the Editorial Junta contains attorney(s), they have no experience in cases like this, and will pass on commenting. Anyone?

Brad Reed said...

It must be noted that the dropping of certain charges is not uncommon in the process of the plea bargain, especially when multiple jurisdictions may be involved. Of course, I am just offering plausible alternatives, as I have no direct knowledge of this particular case.

Class of '04 said...

Good point Brad. But in plea bargain arrangements don't we normally see that the dropping of some charges is simultaneously announced with the plea bargain? Let me offer an alternative possibility. Could it be that someone wants one charge to remain active in order to pursue further investigation? And not of Mr. Isaacs?