|Clint Toedtmann and Jenna Harmison|
So perhaps it's only fitting that an individual with a legitimate criminal record -- a serious offense, for which he pled guilty -- is about the join the judge's family. You could call it karma.
Clinton J. Toedtmann is set to marry Jenna Harmison (the judge's daughter) on Oct. 13 (Saturday) in Ozark, MO. That will give Judge Harmison a second son-in-law. We soon will be reporting on some curious machinations regarding his other son-in-law, attorney Eric Ryan Olson, and that clearly had an impact on the bogus guilty verdict Harmison issued against Carol -- in a case where SHE was charged with misdemeanor "assault of a law enforcement officer," even though the cops broke HER arm. Let's get serious: Who assaulted who here?
The answer is obvious, and Carol intends to pursue criminal charges against thug-cops and prosecutors under federal civil-rights law (42 U.S.C 242 -- deprivation of rights under color of law). Defendants likely will include Harmison son-in-law No. 1, Eric Ryan Olson. (More on him in upcoming posts.)
|Clint Toedtmann mugshot|
Toedtmann pled guilty on April 5, 2017 and was sentenced on May 31, 2017. Here is the docket entry for his sentencing:
Sentencing Hearing Held
STATE BY APA DODD. DEFT WITH ATTY RUSSELL. JUDGMENT: SIS FOR 2 YRS CASP 3 PROBATION ON BOTH CTS -80 HRS CASP W/I 6 MONTHS, DEFT TO SERVE 48 HRS IN GCJ BEGINNING 6/2/17 AT 8:00 PM UNTIL 6/4/17 AT 8:00 PM. DEFT DTO FILE SATOP COMPLETION W/I 2 WKS PLUS COSTS INCLUDING CVCF and 160 LER. DEFT TO CONSUME NO ALCOHOL DURING PERIOD OF PROBATION. STAY TO 6/29/17. JUDGE IMHOF/JFC COPY OF COMMITMENT LETTER TO GCJ. /JFC
Here are the key points we take from this:
(1) Toedtmann received a Suspended Imposition of Sentence (SIS), with two years of probation;
(2) Toedtmann was sentenced to 80 hours of community service via the Missouri CASP program;
(3) Toedtmann was sentenced to 48 hours in the Greene County Jail -- from 8 p.m. on 6/2/17 to 8 p.m. on 6/4/17;
(4) Toedtmann is not to consume alcohol during his probationary period, which is ongoing and apparently is supervised.
That last item might put some restrictions on any reception planned for the Harmison-Toedtmann wedding.
(To be continued)