Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Judge OKs bail for Bolaski

A Windsor Superior Court judge has ruled that Kyle Bolaski whose second-degree murder conviction was overturned by the Vermont Supreme Court, can be released on $100,000 bail with conditions as he awaits a new trial.
http://www.vnews.com/news/12401145-95/judge-oks-bail-for-bolaski

6 comments :

  1. Did the judge give back his gun and ammo too? "Put the criminals back on streets" seems to be the motto of all of the judges in Vermont.

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  2. Judge Karen Carroll....what a shocker!

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  3. She is an idiot , for real. This guy murdered someone, what do you have to do to be held? I mean really this guy is pending a new trail yes. However the facts are still the same, he still did what he did. When one of these clowns murders someone while on conditions of release, I hope they charge her with accessory.

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  4. This guy murdered someone, what do you have to do to be held? I mean really this guy is pending a new trail yes. However the facts are still the same, he still did what he did. When one of these clowns murders someone while on conditions of release, I hope they charge her with accessory.

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  5. Yep, common thread to all these community service, plea bargained deals and low bail. Judge Carroll.

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  6. At least Joey will have someone to pal around with.

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