Category Archives: State v. Thayer

Status Conference

Today we will see where we stand at Rutland District Court. As our friend Fred Thurlow said on the phone, it should be an interesting afternoon. I want to thank all of the people who helped us prepare for this … Continue reading

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Motion Denied

Our motion to reargue was denied last week, this week a status conference has been set for Monday, November 15 in Rutland District Court at 3 PM in room 2. It is open to the public, so all are invited … Continue reading

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Motion to Reargue

Last week we filed a motion to reargue our case to the Vermont Supreme Court because they overlooked substantial evidence and relied on significant factual errors in their opinion. The majority based their decision, in large part, on the finding … Continue reading

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What is Necessity?

Trial by jury is a basic tenet of fairness in our courts. The defense of necessity allows a person who broke the law to present a jury with evidence that they acted in the best interest of society. The rationale … Continue reading

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