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Williams' latest motion denied - The Kaufman Herald : News

Williams' latest motion denied

District attorney remains on case

Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 12:00 am

For the second time in as many weeks, a motion by the defense team of suspended justice of the peace Eric Williams was denied.

On Monday, Dec. 19, 422nd District Judge B. Michael Chitty denied a motion to remove District Attorney Mike McLelland and his office from the Williams state felony cases.

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  • anonymous posted at 1:23 pm on Thu, Jan 5, 2012.

    anonymous Posts: 0

    Richard there is a difference, although I would not call it big. State Guard are paid when deployed on State Active Duty. They do deploy, just not overseas and they are recognized by the US Government pursuant to the US Constitution and Title 32 of the US Code. They have to be in order to legally exist. They are a very important part of this nations ability to defend itself and to protect and provide for it's citizens during disasters. Just a point of clarification.

  • anonymous posted at 3:58 am on Thu, Jan 5, 2012.

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    Williams is a member of the Texas State Guard, not the National Guard. There is a big difference. State Guard members are not normally entitled to pay and benefits, does not deploy, and its officers and members are not recognized by the United States government, unlike the National Guard. Just a point of clarification.


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