‘It Was Important, And Now There Is No Record Of It’

Darrell Brooks, who is accused of killing six people and injuring more than 60 after knocking them out of an SUV at the November 21 Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, has been released from prison with bail money. received $1,000 just days before the alleged assault.

“Inappropriately low” is how Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm described the amount of bail his own office offered after Brooks allegedly ran after his ex-girlfriend, according to the report. WITI-TV.

Court Commissioner Cedric Cornwall, who presided over the bail hearing, concurred with the $1,000 bail and approved.

But why? Why low guarantee money for a career criminal accused of assaulting a woman?

We will never know. Because there is no record of the bail hearing.


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“We see this coming,” said Jackie Rupnow, former president of the Wisconsin Court Correspondents Association. “It’s very important, and now there’s no record of it.”

A court administrator told WITI there was no digital recording of Brooks’ bail hearing due to “technical issues”.

In 2019, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the official account of a court case – verbatim records – can be made by a court rapporteur or by the DAR.

NS rule stemming from a lack of awareness among court reporters; however, the National Association of Court Correspondents and Presenters expressed concern about speech-to-text technology combined with artificial intelligence.

Such technology not only threatens the work of court reporters, the group says, but also risks inaccuracies. Since a trial can revolve around a word, court reporters will stop the proceedings to seek clarification, which is not possible with DAR.

Apparently, no court reporter was present for the bail hearing for Brooks and DAR was lost.

Rupnow said the WCRA told the state Supreme Court in 2019 that trained professionals should monitor DAR, but its warning was ignored.

All provided cover for Cedric, who granted $1,000 bail even though the review indicated that Brooks is a “very high risk” for further criminal activity if released.


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That review proved all too accurate when his red Ford Escape made it through Waukesha’s annual Christmas festivities, leaving after dead and injured.

Brooks has a criminal record spanning more than 20 years since he was 17 years old, according to New York Post.

Entering a mental institution at the age of 12, he became an addict, frequented domestic abuser and, according to authorities, weaponized transportation on multiple occasions.

He was listed as a registered sex offender in Nevada after encountering an underage girl and was jailed between 2009 and 2011 for crimes such as strangulation and suffocation, the Post reported. In 2020, he opened fire on a nephew.

Facing a 10-year prison sentence, coronavirus-related delays in court proceedings meant Brooks couldn’t get a speedy trial, so in February he was released on $500 bail. .

A few weeks ago, Brooks had a conflict with ex-girlfriend in Milwaukee. He is said to have hit her with his car and then hit her. She told police Brooks had threatened to kill her, according to the Post.

Brooks was charged with reckless endangerment of safety, jumping on bail, battery use and disorderly conduct.

That’s when he was released on $1,000 bail.

Within days, the Waukesha massacre followed.

Again, why is the bail so low?

Ask Cedric Cornwall.

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