Jan 2, 2018

In typical Humboldt "transparency style", not only is "intervention" in a closed courtroom a local Humboldt creation, now certain Judges have decided to open the courtroom whenever

Intervention was scheduled this afternoon for Cory Fisher. Preliminary hearing is scheduled for January 11.

After waiting 45 minutes, Courtroom 5 was opened, and the only thing stated on record by Judge Christopher Wilson was that further intervention was needed and continued to January 9.

nterventions typically used to be held within a half an hour, then the courtroom opened. Humboldt's thumb of rule is only open the courtroom when absolutely neccessary.

Deputy District Attorney Stacey Eads is prosecuting the case. Deputy Public Defender Ben McLaughlin is  Fisher's court appointed attorney.

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