DOUBLE STANDARDS – THE SCALES OF JUSTICE!Posted on September 26th, 2012 4 comments
TELL IT TO THE CHIEF!
Lambert, an inmate at Lancaster County Prison since Sept. 29, 2011, is clear of those seven criminal counts, but still faces a battle to get out of jail.
Lambert’s wife filed a protection-from-abuse order after the allegations were made against him, which Lambert violated by making a phone call, according to his attorney.
A hearing on that violation is scheduled for Oct. 3. That will be Lambert’s first chance at gaining his freedom, according to Harrisburg defense attorney Jonathan Crisp, who won the acquittal.
From today‘s article, “Despite acquittal, man stays in prison - Protection-from-abuse order keeps him behind bars, where he’s been for almost a year,” (click here).
So, Lancaster takes domestic violence seriously? He’s been in jail for a year and he’s still there following his acquittal? I wonder if his attorney knows about Lancaster Police Chief Keith Sadler?
Please check back later today.
4 responses to “DOUBLE STANDARDS – THE SCALES OF JUSTICE!”
5 more days in prison for making a phone call.That’s bullshit!.If that’s the case the chief should be doing at least 25 to life.5 days on tax payers dime….what a f in joke.
Becky is there somewhere we can read what went on at the meeting?. Or is it hush hush
It’s on Lancaster Online – Sorry was going to link but got a phone call. Will have more later.
There is a huge article today on the Philadelphia Daily News….Almost thirteen years ago, I tried to bring accountability for those whose voices have been ignored!! They have law suit after law suit for the abuse they covered up….Lancaster is doing the same. Your a small county, no one wants to think that the Amish County is ever capable of a cover up of ABUSE….Becky continue your outstanding work!