Judge Hayes was very impressive. He had obviously read all the court records that had been presented to him before holding court. He listened to both the prosecution and defense, asking pointed questions of each. He assigned both to present answers to questions still remaining last week, again allowing him time to read the answers before entering the courtroom today. I felt hopeful after the court hearing two weeks ago that Judge Hayes was not coming into the courtroom with a predetermined judgment, as opposed to other judges that heard this case. As one of "Eva's friends," I've learned how corrupt our local legal system can be.
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