On April 24, the favoritism apparently continued: A Garfield County judge let Tyler appear in court virtually, instead of in person, despite his failure to show up at a previous hearing and getting hit with a bench warrant as a result.
“Typically, if a defendant misses a court hearing and a bench warrant is issued or stayed, they are required to appear for the next date,” says Sarah Nordgaard, deputy district attorney with the 9th Judicial…
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