In one of the stupidest applications of chutzpah I have ever heard of Jeffrey Clark sent a letter to the judge in his case, demanding the judge’s response with a deadline. The judge ignored the deadline and Clark’s demand. The judge ignored the deadline, but he may not forget it.
Most criminal defendants avoid pissing the judge off. Jeffrey Clark is learning from his boss and codefendant’s bad example. Defendant number one has no problem seemingly to go up to and beyond the line of the judge’s instructions.
Of course, if these people did not have an inflated sense of entitlement, they wouldn’t have attempted to undermine America’s election with their preferred candidate.
Experts Mock Jeffrey Clark's Demands To Georgia Judge About His Arrest
Former Justice Department official and Fulton County conspiracy case defendant Jeffrey Clark was the subject of much mockery on Tuesday for the demands he made to a judge in Georgia regarding his pending arraignment on conspiracy charges in connection with the efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.