By Lynn Brezosky - Express-News
“Hearings are not done that way,” Guerra said Thursday. “The judge doesn't say, ‘Hey, I'm going to be there tomorrow.' That's not the way it works. They put it on the docket. They give you three days' notice — usually 10.”
But Presiding District Judge Manuel Bañales said that without the prosecutor present, he could not hear them.
Bañales set arraignments for Friday morning.
“I will bet a large sum of money that if the vice president is in Willacy County, it will be to hunt,” Cowen said.
“So what that does mean?” Guerra said. “ I think when I got sworn in, I have to go against everybody who goes against the law.”