I noted in my last post about Judge Davidson’s rulings that Judge Davidson’s just released opinion essentially told Dickie Scruggs that he was going to get a hearing but he wasn’t going to win. My heading here describes that as “fair warning.”
How, you might ask, is it fair if there hasn’t been a […]
I think the upshot of Judge Davidson’s ruling today on Dickie Scruggs’s petition to set aside his guilty plea in Scruggs II is pretty simple: “Well, you’re going to lose, but I’ll give you a hearing first.” And that seems a reasonable response.
The opinion is primarily a response to Scruggs’s motion for judgment […]
Does this mean there will be a hearing in which Ed Peters, Trent Lott, and Bobby DeLaughter all get to tell their stories?