Exhibit 36 – Letter from Albertson to Hockman
Explanation: In this letter, Hockman’s attorney admits that “inmates create stories to get themselves consideration” and that in a recent murder case his client’s notes were used against him.
When a defendant is facing a possible sentence of life, they should be separated from the general jail population so inmates awaiting their own fate cannot conspire with other inmates and a corrupt prosecutor creating fabricated stories on the witness stand helping to convict.
Exhibit 58 – Letter to Hahn from Hockman November 30, 2015
Explanation: This letter 8 weeks before trial to Hockman’s co-council shows the lack of preparation she felt was being made on her behalf.
Exhibit 89 – Letter to Judge Lane from Hahn December 31, 2008
Explanation: This letter asking Judge Lane to remove Hahn from Hockman’s case weeks after Hockman writing Hahn seems highly coincidental. Hockman believes that Marsha Garst sought out witness Cheryl Mullens to create a conflict of interest so that Hahn would have to be removed from helping defend Hockman. You must know if Marsha Garst had such a strong case against Hockman, why would she need to find 6 inmates to lie on the witness stand?