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    The way I read the article was that Tony Ianne was prosecuted for mortgage fraud and that his prosecution had nothing to do with the restaurant. His mother and father who evidently were partners, owners, stockholders or something in Rosarios's want these people prosecuted for theft from the restaurant and that even if the D.A. granted them immunity in the mortgage fraud case that was separate and apart from the alleged theft from the restaurant.
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    Actually, it hasn't ever been delineated as to which business Panariso and Corneilison were involved in, but I think it was both . . Different businesses, but under the same roof . .

    However . . I could be completely wrong . . (although it has never occurred before - Sheldon Cooper, "Big Bang Theory")
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    I don't remember everything from the 72 count indictment of Tony Ianne by the grand jury but could that have come from an over zealous John Koncilja's personal witch hunt? If so it no doubt will cost his boss his job come this November.
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    Quote from today's Chieftain, in regards to plea bargaining:

    "Courts cannot try every single case because there are not enough days in a year to try the 10,000 cases we prosecute each year with only five judges available to hear those cases," Thiebaut said.

    I take this to mean the D.A.'s office is prosecuting 27+ new cases every day of the year, all 365. If you take out the weekends the count goes of to 38+ new cases to prosecute every day, 5 days a week 52 weeks a year.
    I find it hard to believe that the the police department generates that much criminal prosecution business for the D.A. Am I incorrect?
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    Sounds like campaign verbage (Similar to Garbage?) . . Because, according to Colorado DOC, the inmate population is declining enough to cause closure of a second facility this year . .

    I would interpret this to mean that the Pueblo County S.O. and the Pueblo police Dept. are batting 1.000 in case solutions and the D.A.'s Office is letting 80% of them go, either by plea bargain or ineptitude . .

    Based upon Ole Bill's public prosecution history, I'd go with the latter . .

    So, does this mean that Pueblo County is doing no more than building a $51 Million dollar set of bigger revolving doors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loren Swelk View Post
    Quote from today's Chieftain, in regards to plea bargaining:

    "Courts cannot try every single case because there are not enough days in a year to try the 10,000 cases we prosecute each year with only five judges available to hear those cases," Thiebaut said.

    I take this to mean the D.A.'s office is prosecuting 27+ new cases every day of the year, all 365. If you take out the weekends the count goes of to 38+ new cases to prosecute every day, 5 days a week 52 weeks a year.
    I find it hard to believe that the the police department generates that much criminal prosecution business for the D.A. Am I incorrect?
    Sounds like he might be a graduate of the Wilt Chamberlain Academy of Applied Mathematics.

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