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Sheriff

Lancaster County


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Nebraska


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KFOR 1240AM - Lincoln Live

www.kfor1240.com [cached]

(encore) Ward's conversation with SAMUEL VAN PELT, the retired Lincoln attorney, former district judge and Lancaster County sheriff.His book is a collection of true tales from Lancaster County's legal and political past."WHAT PSALM SINGING S.O.B. SAID THAT?"


The Franklin Scandal In-Depth Article - By: Nick Bryant

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In February of 1990, Samuel Van Pelt, a retired Nebraska judge, was appointed special prosecutor of a Douglas County grand jury charged to investigate child exploitation pertaining to King.
Because the special prosecutor exercises considerable control over the grand jury process, Van Pelt's appointment immediately sparked controversy. A group of citizens wrote a letter to the legislature accusing Van Pelt of being a "hired gun" for the state. They charged that an investigation he previously directed had covered up the shooting death of a Nebraska farmer by a State Patrol SWAT team. Van Pelt's ostensible rationale for calling Flocken as the first witness was to address the early allegations of sexual and physical abuse in the Webb household and Eulice's allegations contained in the Julie Walter's report. "Van Pelt was a jerk," Flocken would tell me. "I don't think he was brought in to find the truth - I think he was brought in to expose the children as liars. Van Pelt's appointment as special prosecutor and Flocken's experience in testifying were only the opening oddities of the five-month long grand jury. Though the grand jury's oddities and abnormalities are too numerous to mention, it is essential to point out the rather peculiar behavior of Pamela Vuchetich, a Lincoln, Nebraska-based attorney, who consented to represent Troy Boner, Danny King, and Alisha Owen when they appeared before Van Pelt and company. The foreman later admitted that special prosecutor Van Pelt had played an integral role in writing the report. Cosentino claims that she was badgered and derided by Van Pelt's prosecutorial assistant shortly before she took the stand. But special prosecutor Van Pelt primarily focused on the four victims videotaped by Caradori.


wn.com

Lancaster County's Early Legal History, an illustrated lecture by Judge Sam Van Pelt.
Nebraska State Historical Society Brown Bag Lecture Series, January 20, 2005. Lancaster County's Early Legal History, an illustrated lecture by Judge Sam Van Pelt. Nebraska State Historical Society Brown Bag Lecture Series, January 20, 2005. http://wn.com/Lancaster_County's_Early_Legal_History Lancaster County's Early Legal History, an illustrated lecture by Judge Sam Van Pelt. Nebraska State Historical Society Brown Bag Lecture Series, January 20, 2005. published:22 Jan 2014 views:1 Lancaster County's Early Legal History, an illustrated lecture by Judge Sam Van Pelt. Nebr... published:22 Jan 2014 Lancaster County's Early Legal History Lancaster County's Early Legal History Lancaster County's Early Legal History, an illustrated lecture by Judge Sam Van Pelt. Nebraska State Historical Society Brown Bag Lecture Series, January 20, 2005. published:22 Jan 2014 views:1


KFOR 1240AM - Lincoln Live

www.kforlincoln.com [cached]

(encore) Ward's conversation with SAMUEL VAN PELT, the retired Lincoln attorney, former district judge and Lancaster County sheriff.His book is a collection of true tales from Lancaster County's legal and political past."WHAT PSALM SINGING S.O.B. SAID THAT?" KELLY GUENZEL, Clerk of the District Court, and SAM VAN PELT, Chief Deputy of the Court, join DALE JOHNSON to take phone calls on problems coming from the new state-run child-support collection system. SAM VAN PELT (postponed from an earlier date)....the retired attorney, district judge and Lancaster County Sheriff discusses his new book - a collection of true tales from Lancaster County's legal and political past....WHAT PSALM-SINGING S-O-B SAID THAT: A COLLECTION OF LEGAL AND POLITICAL REMEMBERANCES. SAMUEL VAN PELT, retired attorney, district judge and Lancaster County sheriff discusses his new book - a collection of true tales from Lancaster County's legal and political past, WHAT PSALM-SINGING S-O-B SAID THAT: A COLLECTION OF LEGAL & POLITICAL REMEMBERANCES.


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North Platte, Neb., on Nov. 7, 2011, and retired Lancaster County District Judge Samuel Van Pelt presided as the hearing officer.


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