Jacob Ewing (pictured) was acquitted of sodomy last month. The judge who presided over the trial is being questioned for suppressing information by an attorney.
Jacob Ewing (pictured) was acquitted of sodomy last month. The judge who presided over the trial is being questioned for suppressing information by an attorney. Jackson County (Kan.) Sheriff’s Office
Jacob Ewing (pictured) was acquitted of sodomy last month. The judge who presided over the trial is being questioned for suppressing information by an attorney. Jackson County (Kan.) Sheriff’s Office

Judge in Holton sodomy trial challenged by attorney over transcript from closed meeting

May 04, 2017 06:29 PM

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