Monday, March 1, 2010

By George, you might just be on to something

Even though George Huntoon, republican candidate for Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Position 2, is proud to tell you that he's not an attorney, he is a bit familiar with Judge Yeoman's court.

It seems that Mr. Huntoon has five active cases on Judge Yeoman's docket.

He was issued a speeding ticket on January 26, 2009 that is now set for trial on March 22, 2011 in Case Number TR52X3735364.

He was issued another speeding ticket on June 16, 2009 and he failed to appear at his initial court appearance in Case Number TR52X3772434; a case set to go to trial on September 7, 2010.

On December 11, 2009 he was cited for improperly passing an emergency vehicle, disregarding a traffic control device and failure to maintain a single lane. He also failed to appear at his initial court appearance. Case Numbers TR52X3817550, TR52X3817551 and TR52X3817552 are set for trial on March 15, 2011.

As nothing goes fast in that courthouse over on Clay Road, maybe that's the winning strategy for getting out of traffic tickets in western Harris County -- set if for trial in Judge Yeoman's court then get a reset and throw your hat in the ring for the seat when the judge retires.

1 comment:

George Huntoon said...

hey paul, whats up these days. i came across this post from a few years ago. i still shake my head at amazement that traffic tickets would even remotely be an item of concern for anyone especially a voter. anyway, i hope all is well. take care, george