We're not going to try to get these people not to respond. But any lawyer worth his salt will see the subpoenas are not worth so much toilet paper.
Tom DeLay didn't do anything wrong.
This fight's not over yet.
Bob feels foolish about doing what he did. All he had to do was ask to go to the Galleria or ask to go to Galveston and they probably would have given him permission.
There's no setting, no trial, nothing that can be enforced. Whoever gets it, they can wad it up and throw them in the trash can.
All he would have had to do was ask and get permission and he could have gone shopping at the Galleria, but he didn't. He feels very foolish about doing this.
Bob feels foolish. All he had to do was ask to go to the Galleria or ask to go to Galveston and they probably would have given him permission.
It's like a trial horse - they're trying it out to see how it plays.
We don't want that to happen yet, until Judge Priest has an opportunity to rule on pretrial motions.