MOUNT VERNON — Council for the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline has requested Scott Pullins' request for remand be overruled.

 

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2 Responses to “Pullins' request for remand overruled”

  1. puzzled

    This is written in gibberish.

    In this context, what does “remand” mean?

    What is the long and short of what the court is trying to do and what is Pullins trying to prevent?

    And wasn’t there something about someone requesting a psychological evaluation?

  2. John C. Davidson

    This is nothing more than political manuveuring. This was used in a recent situation whereas the plaintiff’s attorney claimed I failed to answer a domestic claim in a timely matter and also failed to inform my own attorney upon receiving the notice. I asked myself, who are these clowns kidding and from that point on, I decided how to settle the issue using the same political nonsense they attempted to use on me. Just because you think you are educated and no longer have to study facts doesn’t automatically make someone right in their thinking.