Every crime-fighting superhero has a creation story. Nancy Grace, the prosecutor turned breakout star at CNN Headline News, has a particularly moving one. As she tells it, in the summer of 1980, she was a 19-year-old college student in small-town Georgia, engaged to Keith Griffin, a star third baseman for the Valdosta State University Blazers. The wedding was a few months away. Then, one August morning, a stranger—a 24-year-old thug with a history of being on the wrong side of the law—accosted Griffin outside a convenience store. He shot him five times in the head and back, stole $35 from his wallet, and left him dead. Police soon tracked down the killer, and a new phase of suffering began for Ms. Grace. The suspect brazenly denied any involvement. At trial, Ms. Grace testified, then waited as jury deliberations dragged on for three days. The district attorney asked her if she wanted the death penalty, and in a moment of youthful weakness, she said no. The verdict came back guilty—life in prison—and a string of appeals ensued. For Nancy Grace, the ordeal she describes felt nothing like justice. And so the Shakespeare-loving teen set out to change the justice system: first as a bulldog prosecutor, then as a Court TV and CNN anchor, crusader for victims’ rights and professional vilifier of the criminal-defense industry.
1). STEVEN EDWARD RUTH DOB 11/92/1965 BURGLARY OF A STRUCTURE FELONY ADJUDICATED GUILTY 01/12/1995
2). STEVEN EDWARD RUTH DOB 11/92/1965 DEALING IN STOLEN PROPERTY FELONY ADJUDICATED GUILTY 01/12/1995
3). STEVEN EDWARD RUTH DOB 11/92/1965 POSSESSION OF COCAINE (89313 6a) FELONY, ADJUDICATED GUILTY 01/12/1995
Bay County Judge Dedee Costello was a tough and determined jurist who did her best to keep criminals off the streets of Panama City Fl, she retired in 2010. Jazier Ramos was sentenced to life in prison for the 1994 shooting death of four people inside the Show n Tail topless night club on Thomas Drive at Panama City Beach. Ramos was sentenced to life in prison, 24 years ago, for the 1994 shooting death of four people inside the Show n Tail topless night club on Thomas Drive at Panama City Beach. Javier Ramos tried to win a new trial from Circuit Judge Dedee Costello. In his appeal attorneys claimed the original defense attorney failed to adequately represent Ramos. Judge Costello rejected the claims, so Ramos took his case to the First District Court of Appeals. The appeals court affirmed Costello’s ruling, without comment, so her order denying the new trial stands. One of the victims in the quadruple murder was the 18-year-old son of former Panama City Mayor Lauren DeGeorge.
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