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Monday, February 6, 2017
SHOW 6 Black History - Public Policy w/MARY GLASS & Company - David Latona/MEDC & Attorney Jessica Klein
David Latona, President, Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation will share background and updates regarding Pete's Fruit Market being built at the Gateway of Bronzeville at North Avenue & Dr. Martin Luther King Drive. He will also share the economic development provided for the predominately African American neighborhoods in 2016.
Attorney Jessica Klein, LAW OFFICE OF JESSICA A. KLEIN, Oconomowoc, WI, is the Attorney for DAMIEN PAYNE, a man found "not guilty" but sent to prison. She will visit Show 6 - Public Policy w/MARY GLASS & Company to provide insight.
Damian Payne & Megan Heath
Taken from JSOnline article by Gina Barton, February 4, 2017....
But he was still sent to prison for more than three years.
That’s because Payne, who got out of prison in 2010, was being supervised by the Department of Corrections at the time. As a result, he was subject to a little-known department rule that says it doesn’t matter if ex-offenders on probation or parole are acquitted — they can be sent back to prison based on the same allegations.
Payne, 35, said he didn’t know his girlfriend’s gun was in the glove compartment of his car when he was pulled over in July. The jury believed him. His probation and parole agent didn’t.
Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Stephanie Rothstein has agreed to review Payne's revocation case and decide whether the department acted “erroneously, arbitrarily, capriciously and contrary to law,” as his attorney, Jessica A. Klein, contends. MORE