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Thank You & Happy New Year

Thank you to the amazing citizens of Hays County for your support this last year. May the New Year bring you happiness, peace, and prosperity. Wishing you a joyous 2020!

Dickey 

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Posted on 30 Dec 2019, 17:52 - Category: News

 

Thoughts and prayers

To the Cutler family, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May you find peace and solace.

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Posted on 09 Dec 2019, 11:15 - Category: News

 

Hays Free Press Article

This article was posted on the Hays Free Press website on December 7. This is not good for any law enforcement position especially the head law enforcement official of Hays County.

https://haysfreepress.com/2019/12/07/candidate-for-sheriff-on-list-of-cops-deemed-untrustworthy/

Vote Haverda For Sheriff – Integrity, Honesty & Transparency

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Posted on 07 Dec 2019, 17:10 - Category: News

 

BRADY LIST

 

 

How can anyone on the Brady List be the top law enforcement official in Hays County?

On March 12, 2019 in open Hays County Commissioners Court, Constable Ray Helm (Republican) commissioned Alex Villalobos (Democrat) as a deputy constible in precient 3, Wimberley. It was revealed in court that Alex Villalobos is on the “Brady List”. What is the Brady List? 

Brady v. Maryland  https://www.policeone.com/legal/articles/brady-list-ignite-conflicts-between-police-and-prosecutors-management-and-the-front-line-jaBRldmLu8wSdPnN/

Brady and its progeny require prosecutors to seek out and disclose to the defense any material exculpatory evidence, including evidence that could be used to impeach police witnesses. Because of this duty, many prosecutors have established Brady Lists – names of officers whose credibility could be impeached at trial based on information about thier truthfulness, honesty, bias or an issue central to the particular case such as use of force. Prosecutors then decide whether Brady requires them to provide the information to the defense in any case in which the officer might testify. For officers, being placed on the Brady List can be career damaging or career ending. Beyond the stigma and damage to their reputation, it can limit their assignmants, advancement, other job prospects and possibly result in termination. Prosecutors can decide to avoid having a Brady-listed cop testify or refuse to accept a case in which they’re an essentiasl witness. That could limit the officer from any police activity that might lead to the witness stand. Most departments cant afford to limit officers to administrative duties indefinitely. The result could be termination with little chance of employment as an officer elsewhere.

 

 

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Posted on 04 Dec 2019, 23:29 - Category:

 

Kyle/Buda Area Democrats

Special thanks to David Doerr and the Kyle/Buda Area Democrats for the invite to their monthly meeting. I had a great time and appreciate the opportunity to introduce myself as the Democratic candidate for Sheriff. I look forward to meeting you again and working with you during this election period. 
 

Dickey

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Posted on 24 Nov 2019, 15:38 - Category: News

 

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