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Re: “Faulkner Sheriff Shock promotes guns in school

I have two little granddaughters in Vilonia . I am happy / proud that Andy Shock is attempting to do SOMETHING to deter violence in the Faulkner County schools. When the last shooting happened I was posting on every post I could find about the subject asking this question "Why can't schools be covered by Army National Guard members ? " They are in each city of the country. They are already on Americas payroll , they are trained etc etc. Why could the Guard not be utilized by way of a rotating roster of members from each , or nearby, communities? We , as American citizens and parents need to do something besides complain about what nots being done. I see what Andy Shock is doing here as an attempt to prevent . That should be applauded and supported. NO PLAN will ever be perfect. But it has already been proven that just making a phone call and waiting for help to come has NOT WORKED in the past. Here's to hoping what Andy Shock is trying to do , WILL be the PLAN THAT HELPS PREVENT OR WORKS should the need arise. Keep up the good works Mr. Andy Shock.

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Posted by Diane Brock on 08/17/2013 at 6:27 AM

Re: “The Hot Springs woman in the paper mask

Andi Davis has been and is my sons attorney. My son has been trying to get a "fair shake " from the Arkansas judicial system for greater than six years , in attempts to simply get visitation with his two minor daughters who live in Faulkner County. After six years of fighting the system my son had gotten only one month visitation with his children. One month in six years. His first attorney charged him 2500.00 to file papers and then made a few phone calls. Never appeared in court with my son and acted for the most part "too good to talk to him". It is our belief that Andi Davis is literally a godsend for us. After one meeting with my son and hearing my sons story, Ms. Davis took his case for the two hundred dollars he could afford to give at the time. The other attorney(s) we had spoke with wanted at least 5000.00 to even begin on his case. Throughout his case , Ms.Davis has continued in every way to keep the cost down so that he could afford to continue in his fight. It is my earnest belief that Ms.Davis cares first and foremost about the concern and well being of her clients. I can not and would not say this about the other attorneys we have worked with. I have attended many meetings regarding my sons case and work closely with Andi and her staff in my sons case.I have always felt that myself , my son and my sons case were of importance to her. She is one of the few left working in the system that seems to use good-ole-common-sense. If there is one thing that I feel is being overlooked in this story it would be the fact that the only reason Andi Davis would be asking Judge Hearnsberger to excuse herself from Andi Davis' cases is to be CERTAIN the clients of Andi Davis do not feel unjustly treated and /or are not unjustly treated. It is too big a risk to take for her clients. This is one thing for certain that Andi Davis has proven to my son and myself. She genuinely cares about her clients and their causes and makes every effort to do a great job representing her clients. It is my belief that if Ms.Davis feels there is a reason to worry about prejudice aimed at herself might be reflected onto her clients in cases which Judge Hearnsberger rules then that should be reason enough to be granted her request. After all , it is not Andi Davis or Judge Hearnsberger who have the most to lose in this issue. It is the clients of Andi Davis. And just for the record , my sons case,if the court ever gets around to hearing it, is filed in Faulkner County not Garland County and not with Judge Hearnsberger. I for one am very glad of this.

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Posted by Diane Brock on 02/01/2012 at 7:56 PM

 

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