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Mr. Robert Rumsey

Wrong Robert Rumsey?

District Attorney

Talladega County
 
Background

Employment History

  • District Attorney
    Talladega County , Alabama
  • District Judge
11 Total References
Web References
John W. Peoples Jr. #983
www.clarkprosecutor.org, 21 Sept 2013 [cached]
Peoples' letter, while apparently not asserting his own innocence, says in part that District Attorney Robert Rumsey knew Gooden was not there but still made a deal with Gooden to testify against Peoples.
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"He wanted the Corvette, and he got in an argument with Paul Franklin, then he decided he needed to get rid of the witnesses," said Robert Rumsey, a former district attorney who prosecuted Peoples, now 48.
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On the night of July 14, Talladega County District Attorney Robert Rumsey went to St. Clair County and talked with Mr. Abbott, an assistant district attorney for St. Clair County, and with investigating officers, in an effort to determine in which county venue would be proper.
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During this discussion, Mr. Rumsey first learned that a polygraph test had been tentatively scheduled for July 15 in Gadsden.
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Mr. Rumsey arrived in Gadsden at about 2:30 on July 15. He had a 30- to 40- minute discussion with the appellant's attorney concerning the details of giving the appellant a polygraph examination. Toward the end of this discussion, the attorney showed Mr. Rumsey the document purporting to reflect an agreement with Mr. Abbott about the polygraph examination.
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The appellant's attorney represented to Mr. Rumsey that an agreement such as that reflected in the document had been reached. This was the first Mr. Rumsey had heard about any "agreement. At this point, he told the attorney that any polygraph examination was off until he could enlighten himself about the "agreement" just shown to him.
Mr. Rumsey then telephoned Mr. Abbott, who told him no such agreement had been made; and when defendant's attorney talked to Mr. Abbott on the phone, he said, "You're right, Dennis, this does not correctly state our agreement. When the telephone conversation was over, Mr. Rumsey asked Peoples's attorney if the document correctly stated an agreement with Mr. Abbott, and the answer was, "No.
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Mr. Rumsey wanted to postpone the polygraph test until he could meet with all persons involved who knew anything about the so-called agreement, but defense counsel began urging that the polygraph test be given that day. Mr. Rumsey relented, and the polygraph test was given that afternoon.
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Respondents called Robert Rumsey, C.J. Hallmark, and Jerry Studdard.
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Gooden said that Rumsey and George Sims, who was Gooden's lawyer, told him what to say at Peoples's trial.
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Sims and Rumsey negotiated a plea agreement in Gooden's case the night before Gooden testified.
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Sims did not tell Gooden what to say in his testimony and neither did Rumsey.
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Robert Rumsey is, and was in 1983, the District Attorney for Talladega County, Alabama. He prosecuted Peoples for the Franklin murders. As part of his involvement in that case, Rumsey interviewed Gooden.
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At that point, Rumsey knew that the Franklins' murder had involved a .22 rifle but no one outside the investigation could have known, except a person or persons who participated in the murder of the Franklins. Rumsey continued to question Gooden, who ultimately admitted his involvement, see Petitioner's Exhibit 4, and took Rumsey, Studdard, and others to the scene where the Franklins' bodies had been found. Rumsey continued to question Gooden, who ultimately admitted his involvement, see Petitioner's Exhibit 4, and took Rumsey, Studdard, and others to the scene where the Franklins' bodies had been found.
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Rumsey was present and participated in obtaining Gooden's July 15, 1983 statement.
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Rumsey did not dictate Gooden's July 21, 1983 statement, Petitioner's Exhibit 5, or any other statement.
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Rumsey entered into a plea agreement with Gooden after negotiations with Gooden's lawyer, George Sims.
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Rumsey did not tell Gooden what to testify to beyond requiring him to tell the truth.
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After Peoples's Rule 20 petition was filed, Rumsey met with Gooden in the presence of George Sims.
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Studdard was also present when Gooden took Rumsey to the scene where the Franklins' bodies were found.
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District Attorney Rumsey, Sheriff Studdard and Deputy Hallmark were all credible witnesses and each testified that neither they nor anyone in their presence threatened or abused Gooden.
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Rumsey and Studdard were present when Gooden gave the July 15, 1983 statement and identified it as his statement.
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Rumsey and Studdard were taken to the scene by Gooden and did not tell him beforehand where the bodies had been found.
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Third, Gooden's claim that Rumsey and Studdard dictated a statement for his signature was shown to be false.
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Rumsey and Studdard denied dictating any such statement.
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Rumsey and Sims testified that they negotiated a plea agreement predicated on Gooden's truthful testimony and that Gooden was not told what to say at trial.
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Fifth, after the Rule 20 petition was filed, Gooden reaffirmed the truth of his trial testimony to District Attorney Rumsey and George Sims.
On the day Burkett's petition was ...
www.hutchnews.com, 16 Dec 2011 [cached]
On the day Burkett's petition was filed, District Judge Robb W. Rumsey ruled "there are sufficient grounds to declare the existence of an emergency and waive the statutory waiting period for a divorce."
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But Judge Rumsey noted he will make an "ultimate determination as to the existence of an emergency at the time of the final hearing in this matter," which he scheduled for Dec. 29.
Kristie's Law
www.kristieslaw.org [cached]
Robert Rumsey, district attorney for Talladega County, has decided to charge Milteer with five counts of vehicular homicide, said Roy Smith, public information officer for the Alabama Department of Public Safety.
Judge Rob Rumsey has ...
www.kake.com, 27 Feb 2009 [cached]
Judge Rob Rumsey has scheduled the man's sentencing hearing for April 16.
Robb W. ...
lawyers.webdesigntops.com, 20 Feb 2009 [cached]
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