Friday, December 09, 2011

Believe It, Frischling!

Apparently lying/recently evicted blogger Steven Frischling is not too happy with how his pre-trial hearing went today for the two felonies he committed.


On a scale of 1-10, how would you measure the Schadenfrisch you're feeling? Ours is a 38.

We just received this:
12/9/2011

This notification is brought to you by Connecticut Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) Program.

This e-mail is to inform you that there is an upcoming court event involving the defendant STEVEN FRISCHLING and docket number K10KCR110313446S.  A disposition hearing has been scheduled for 1/13/2012.  Please be aware that there is often more than one case scheduled for a particular date in this court.  The hearing you may be involved in will take place some time during that day.

This will take place in GA 10 Courthouse, at the following address: 112 Broad Street, New London, CT 06320.

For updates about this case or for driving directions to the courthouse, you can visit www.jud.ct.gov.  For more information, contact the Office of Victim Services at 1-(800) 822-8428 during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8AM to 4:30PM.  

This notification is sponsored by the Connecticut SAVIN Program.  It is our hope that this information has been helpful to you.

Thank you,

The VINE Service

Apparently a disposition hearing could mean many things, including a sentencing. Did Father of the Year finally agree to plead guilty?

Friday the 13th can't come quick enough!

11 comments:

  1. 12/9/2011

    This notification is brought to you by Connecticut Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) Program.

    This e-mail is to inform you that there is an upcoming court event involving the defendant STEVEN FRISCHLING and docket number K10KCR110313446S. A disposition hearing has been scheduled for 1/13/2012. Please be aware that there is often more than one case scheduled for a particular date in this court. The hearing you may be involved in will take place some time during that day.

    This will take place in GA 10 Courthouse, at the following address: 112 Broad Street, New London, CT 06320.

    For updates about this case or for driving directions to the courthouse, you can visit www.jud.ct.gov. For more information, contact the Office of Victim Services at 1-(800) 822-8428 during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8AM to 4:30PM.

    This notification is sponsored by the Connecticut SAVIN Program. It is our hope that this information has been helpful to you.

    Thank you,

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  2. The Disposition Hearing: For less serious felony cases (F4-F6), when you are not entitled to a Preliminary Hearing, your second court appearance will probably be a Disposition Hearing. This may be your defense attorney's first chance to talk to the District Attorney about a possible plea agreement. It is dangerous for the defendant to talk directly with the District Attorney. Your lawyer will protect you from making statements to the prosecutor that will hurt you later, as well as keep you from forming a negative impression with the District Attorney that will make them unwilling to be reasonable later on in your case.

    -knowing frischling, he will beg to talk to the judge and da. let's hope he does.

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  3. Lots of stuff comes up about minors when I googled disposition hearing. could it be the judge is determining alternate arrangements for the kids, or is that too much to hope for?

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  4. Whatever it was, the case went against him. He lost.

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  5. Once again, he shows his true colors when he perceives he's been crossed - it's never his fault.

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  6. A disposition hearing is the hearing that comes after the adjudication hearing. It is where the judge determines the punishment of the individual.

    http://answers.reference.com/information/terminology/what_is_a_disposition_hearing

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  7. @12:18
    That's right, frischling is NEVER wrong. He is only a victim anytime someone challenges him or points out the truth behind his lies. He is the biggest joke and a waste of space. I seriously hope that the judge throws the book at him and gives him the maximum punishment for his crimes.

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  8. What are the odds that Fish will have to serve some time and be fined. When he can't pay the fine, he will have to serve additional time.

    But before he reports in, he will tweet that he is going to be working with Iran Air and may not have internet access for an extended period of time due to his assignment.

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  9. Wait! Frischling clearly stated back in August that this case was dropped and he was "in the clear"! He even claimed vindication! What happened? I don't understand!

    Sadly, I doubt he gets what he truly deserves. It'll be fun to read through the forthcoming "woe is me" tweets.

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  10. I just told my wife that she needn't buy me any gifts this year... this is the SINGLE GREATEST Christmas present I've EVER received.

    Thank you State of Conn. for bringing me this wonderful joy... thank you Steve Frischling for being, well... you.

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  11. Happy early Hanukkah to the three of us!

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