Council votes unamimously against delaying Green trial

This afternoon the Louisville Metro Council voted unanimously in a 17-0 vote to deny the effort by Councilwoman Judy Green’s attorney to delay her expulsion trial, which is set to begin on September 12.

While Green’s attorney, Derwin Webb, insists that Green has a recent illness that prevents her from either preparing for her case or attending it, the Council did not see enough evidence to allow another delay in the already long-delayed trial. Webb presented an affidavit to the Council from Green’s doctor of several years, Wayne S. Gibson, stating that her “present participation in any process that would create or involve undue stress would not be in Dr. Green’s best health interest.” Neither Webb or the affidavit provided any evidence of what hospital Green was admitted to, or any details of her illness. The affidavit is below:

The first of many goose eggs for Judy Green? We’ll see three weeks from now…

One Comment

  1. unclebart
    Posted August 26, 2011 at 9:22 am | Permalink

    The only thing upsetting about this news is that her attorney is former UofL basketball player Derwin Webb.
    Go Cards?

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