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6. Judge advised Public Defender , to do a second when the PD asked the Judge why he rejected the 1st when he advised him to do the first and that is when he said Oh just file another one.
The Judge still did not rule but the County Clerk sent me papers showing that a Denial by operation of the Law was made on sept 28th no one was notified and we called the Lawyer my Daughter had and he said he never heard of this where the Clerk did a denial and he has a meeting with the Judge on Thursday and The Definition for Denial by operation of the Law is some thing to do with time that this was not decided on.This is a mess and we don't expect him to change his sentence but because he rejected the first one in one day and then we had the second one on March 20 and he did not make a decision it is just the principal at this point .
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