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April 14, 2005

Judge Boyd has Disentangled himself from the Magouirk Case

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I have learned from a reliable source who is close to this case that Judge Boyd will be recusing himself from Miss Mae's case. According to my source, the case will most likely be moved to the state level. Due to all the information I have learned about this case and all the parties involved, I have to say- in my opinion, I feel Judge Boyd has made a great decision here.

I sincerely believe Judge Boyd to be an honest man, and that he is striving to do the right thing, for all parties involved, especially Miss Mae.

UPDATE:

This just in from an email from Kenneth--

Our attorney, Jack Kirby, just spoke with Judge Boyd and confirmed with me that Boyd has taken himself off the case.


Source: Straight Up With Sherri

Posted by joshua at April 14, 2005 2:19 PM


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The fact that he made so many public statements about a case that was likely to reappear in his court probably made his recusal pretty much mandatory. If he didn't think of it himself he might have been nudged from above. (The statements certainly helped us understand what was happening, so I hope he has no regrets and doesn't get in trouble.)

Posted by: Creatureofhabit at April 14, 2005 1:49 PM

I hope he doesn't have regrets either. This will be interesting to see as it plays itself out. I am so glad Mrs. Gaddy relented and allowed a visitor...

Posted by: Midwest Kay at April 14, 2005 2:01 PM