Question - California V. Texas

Started by Frankieboy, September 25, 2012, 04:08:50 AM

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Dilligaf


If Californians spent less time having colonic irrigations and more time on sorting the problem, they might get somewhere.


But these irrigations grow the best crops...

Granny B



If Californians spent less time having colonic irrigations and more time on sorting the problem, they might get somewhere.


But these irrigations grow the best crops...


That's why the call it the land of the fruits and nuts, eh?
" Closure? Closure is a misused word in the English language.  There is no such thing as closure for the family of a murder victim.  There will never be any closure for the death of our loved ones until we are dead ourselves.  The families have a lifetime sentence of anguish and sadness." 
Susan Levy

Frankieboy


One of the reasons that it takes so long in CA is there is not enough qualified appellate attorneys that handle DP cases, consequently there is a backlog of inmates waiting to get assigned an attorney. 


Then the solution is obvious, California needs to attract more qualified appellate attorney's. If the incentives are attractive enough for these attorney's, they'll be a backlog of attorney's waiting to be assigned a DR appeal. The bottom line is that it will cost the taxpayers LESS by not carrying out these  unreasonable decades long appeals. Once they are executed..the expenses stop.

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