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John A. Fogleman

Wrong John A. Fogleman?

Circuit Judge

 
Background

Employment History

  • Associate Justice
    Arkansas Supreme Court
  • Judge
    Arkansas Supreme Court
  • Chief Justice
    Arkansas Supreme Court

Education

  • University of Arkansas School of Law at Fayetteville
  • Arkansas State University
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On March 3, 1994, John ...
maraleveritt.com, 26 Feb 2015 [cached]
On March 3, 1994, John Fogleman, then a deputy prosecuting attorney, was preparing to call Damien's probation officer, Jerry Driver, to the stand to question him about Damien's alleged involvement in "the occult.
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As I write in Dark Spell, the official transcript of that discussion reflects only that Burnett said he would allow Fogleman to question Driver about having seen "Damien, Jason and Jessie walking in Lakeshore wearing black coats and carrying staffs.
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I find it hard to believe that [Deputy Prosecuting Attorney John] Fogleman and [Prosecutor Brent] Davis weren't smart enough to realize how ridiculous Griffis was, but they called him anyway to testify about the occult because, in my opinion, they knew they didn't have enough without playing some "occult" card to the jury.
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Prosecuting attorneys Brent Davis and John Fogleman could not play Misskelley's confession at the Echols/Baldwin trial unless Misskelley agreed to testify.
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Fogleman explained the situation like this: "All is not lost if he doesn't testify. But the odds [of winning convictions] are reduced significantly.
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Nor did Davis and Fogleman, who were days away from starting the Echols/Baldwin trial.
I find it hard to believe ...
maraleveritt.com, 30 June 2011 [cached]
I find it hard to believe that [Deputy Prosecuting Attorney John] Fogleman and [Prosecutor Brent] Davis weren't smart enough to realize how ridiculous Griffis was, but they called him anyway to testify about the occult because, in my opinion, they knew they didn't have enough without playing some "occult" card to the jury.
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Prosecutors Brent Davis and John Fogleman were not so careless at the Echols/Baldwin trial, 12 years earlier in Arkansas.
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Fogleman told the jury that wearing black, listening to heavy metal music, and reading books by the likes of Stephen King, Ann Rice and Dean Koontz (which were also mentioned at trial), did not necessarily make Echols a killer.
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Like Davis and Fogleman, he empathized that in a circumstantial case, the items "must be taken as pieces of a puzzle."
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John Fogleman, an uncle of the man by the same name who prosecuted the West Memphis Three, was the county's assistant prosecuting attorney at the time.
That John Fogleman is dead now, but his brother, Julian Fogleman, who was Marion's city attorney when Banks was murdered, was still alive in 2010, when he was interviewed by a reporter for CNN. Julian Fogleman is the father of John Fogleman, who prosecuted the West Memphis Three and who is now a circuit judge.
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Last year, his nephew, Judge John Fogleman of the West Memphis case, ran for a seat on the state's high court. When asked during his campaign about the scarcity of evidence at the teenagers' trials, Fogleman told a reporter for the Arkansas Times, "I completely stand by every step I took in that case.
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Prosecuting attorneys Brent Davis and John Fogleman could not play Misskelley's confession at the Echols/Baldwin trial unless Misskelley agreed to testify.
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Fogleman explained the situation like this: "All is not lost if he doesn't testify. But the odds [of winning convictions] are reduced significantly.
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Nor did Davis and Fogleman, who were days away from starting the Echols/Baldwin trial.
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Prosecutor John Fogleman decided that Misskelley's accusation and self-incrimination provided probable cause to arrest the teenagers and search their homes.
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In the months after the arrests, Prosecuting Attorney Fogleman launched an unusual and unannounced "prosecutor's investigation" in a search for evidence to support Misskelley's statements. He had no murder weapon, no indication that the accused knew any of the victims, and no evidence from the scene where the bodies were found that linked to any of the accused. Fogleman personally questioned dozens of people-and again, as in Salem, most were children and teenagers. In October 1993, with the trials just a few months away, Fogleman had divers search a small lake behind the trailer park where Baldwin lived.
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Fogleman would later suggest in court that the knife had been used on the victims, though no forensic evidence supported that claim.Years later, Fogleman told me that that search of the lake was kept secret.
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Fogleman asked him if he could describe the appearance of "young people involved in the occult."
Bobby Lee Odom | Odom Law Firm | Northwest Arkansas
www.odomfirm.com, 23 Jan 2010 [cached]
Associate Justice John A. Fogleman, Arkansas Supreme Court, Law Clerk, 1970
Video: Judge John Fogleman ...
veryscarycarnival.vox.com [cached]
Video: Judge John Fogleman Announces for the Arkansas Supreme Court; Disrupted by Protests | The Tol
Video: Judge John Fogleman Announces for the Arkansas Supreme Court; Disrupted by Protests | The Tol Jun 9, 2009 Post a comment
http://tolbertreport.com/2009/06/09/video-judge...
Speaking from the Old Supreme Court Chamber, Circuit Judge John Fogleman formally announced that he will run for the Arkansas Supreme Court this coming year. Fogleman will face Court of Appeals Judge Courtney Henry of Fayetteville who announced last week.
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Fogleman was introduced by retired Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Dub Arnold who know Fogleman when they were both Circuit Judges.
"Though the state elicited no elaboration ...
www.maraleveritt.com, 18 Nov 2006 [cached]
"Though the state elicited no elaboration from any of its witnesses regarding the import of these items," the court wrote, prosecutors "explicitly sought in both opening and closing to link these items with the so-called 'gothic lifestyle' and to characterize them as evidence of 'Satanic influences.'" Prosecutors Brent Davis and John Fogleman were not so careless at the Echols/Baldwin trial, 12 years earlier in Arkansas.
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Fogleman told the jury that wearing black, listening to heavy metal music, and reading books by the likes of Stephen King, Ann Rice and Dean Koontz (which were also mentioned at trial), did not necessarily make Echols a killer.
...
Like Davis and Fogleman, he empathized that in a circumstantial case, the items "must be taken as pieces of a puzzle.
...
John Fogleman, an uncle of the man by the same name who prosecuted the West Memphis Three, was the county's assistant prosecuting attorney at the time. That John Fogleman is dead now, but his brother, Julian Fogleman, who was Marion's city attorney when Banks was murdered, was still alive in 2010, when he was interviewed by a reporter for CNN. Julian Fogleman is the father of John Fogleman, who prosecuted the West Memphis Three and who is now a circuit judge.
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Julian Fogleman's now-deceased brother John was elected to the Arkansas Supreme Court, where he eventually served as chief justice.
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Last year, his nephew, Judge John Fogleman of the West Memphis case, ran for a seat on the state's high court. When asked during his campaign about the scarcity of evidence at the teenagers' trials, Fogleman told a reporter for the Arkansas Times, "I completely stand by every step I took in that case. He lost the election.
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