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DA investigator Steve Jacobson has been charged with contempt based on his conduct in connection with the people versus audio Pontillo.
Jacobson is accused of tampering with the jury in a declaration by judge Scott Steffen in the case of the PEOPLE v. ALEO JOHN PONTILLO.
Jacobson has been notified that contempt proceedings are criminal in nature. If the court finds you in contempt the possible penalties include jail sentence, community service and fine.
The court date is May 15, 2015.
Judge Scott Steffen bails on DA jury tampering
According to jurors in the A.J. bail bonds case, Dist. Atty. Dave Harris and DA investigator Steve Jacobson interviewed them outside the courtroom before they went into deliberations.
Judge Scott Steffen stated that he was obligated to do something about the corruption of his jury but was seeking “legal advice” on what should be done.
On Friday, February 27, a hearing was scheduled to hear the complaint against the Dist. Atty. and what course of action had been decided by Steffen.
Dist. Atty. Dave Harris was represented by County Counsel, but the judge had already decided that he was removing himself from the case.
Steffen sent the case to Judge Silviera, who then sent the case to Judge McFadden.
Back room decisions have been made. Perhaps the legal advice that was being sought by Judge Steffen was to remove himself from the case. Who is advising the other judges on what to do about the misconduct in the District Attorney’s Office.
All this was done without any paperwork and leaves the judicial system with an obligation to inform attorney Frank Carson about what is going to be done about his revelation of the jury tampering .
At the very least, Judge Steffen should reveal what legal advice he has received other than he might be a witness.
Judge Steffens jury had not been released to go into deliberations when jury members reported to the court bailiff the actions of the District Attorney’s Office and in particular those of investigator Steve Jacobson.
Nine days after the jury’s decision to completely exonerate AJ Pontillo the courtroom bailiff was fired by Sheriff Adam Christianson, she had served the County for 16 years.
Christianson was a witness at the trial, On the way out he paused and saluted the bailiff that he fired after the trial.
Coming up on The Back Story at 11:30 am, the admission of district attorney Dave Harris to jury tampering.
The admission is memorialized in the transcripts from the AJ Pontillo hearing on January 8th.
Mr. Pontillo was exonerated of all charges by unanimous jury decision.
Fladager , Harris and Jacobson are all accountable for tampering with the jury in a failed attempt to poison their minds.
DA Harris stated tampering with the jury didn't matter because Mr. Pontillo had been acquitted.
No Harm, no foul.
An attempted bank robbery is not a crime because it was only an attempt.
Defense attorney Frank Carson stated he was obligated to bring the jury tampering to the judges attention and the judge reveled the jury commissioner dumped it back into his lap.
Judge Scott Steffen said he was seeking legal counsel in regards to this matter.
Today we will hear from AJ Pontillo of AJ's Bail Bonds. We will cover the on going court dates pertaining to the holding of his personal and business property and the jury corruption that took place during the trail by DA Investigator Steve Jacobson.
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Clark allegedly fired the spray from 12 inches away using a JPX device, which shoots spray at speeds of 400 mph and is supposed to be used at a minimum distance of five feet, Hernandez's lawyer Milton Grimes said in an interview.
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