Monday, July 6, 2020
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Deputy district attorney Renee Palermo of the San Diego County District Attorney’s office informed this writer this afternoon that the Superior Court in San Diego is still mostly closed. All out-of-custody defendants’ cases are still not being heard.
Thus, defendant Paul Turley and defendant Shannon Moore Devane, of the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case in Southern California were not heard on Wednesday, June 10th 2020 in San Diego Superior Court in spite of the district attorney court calendar still having proceedings listed and emailed as going to happen. But they didn’t happen.
This writer went to the San Diego Superior court house one week ago today and was stopped at the entrance.
According to DDA Palermo, the COVID-19 epidemic still has the courts and the DA’s office mostly shut down and working at a near stand-still. Deputy district attorneys are working from home. The courts are hearing very few cases and all are for the in-custody defendants.
Some virtual hearings are happening. But these are only covering a small percentage of overall cases. No preliminary hearings and no trials are being scheduled.
Out-of-custody defendants will be heard... Read More
No information was available on this past Wednesday, June 10th 2020, on the scheduled sentencings for defendants Paul Turley and Shannon Moore Devane in San Diego Superior Court or from the San Diego District Attorney’s... Read More