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Blackhatjack Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-14-07 01:04 PM
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21. For the Appeals Court to grant a stay it would be like saying J. Walton abused his discretion...
I frankly think that the Appellate Court will not set aside the order of J. Walton requiring Libby to report to begin serving his sentence in the normal course.

Is it possible that this conviction could be overturned on appeal? Yes, for some evidentiary ruling during the trial that might not even be known to the public. Is it likely? I think not.
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