Pat Lykos is going to be on HCCLA's Reasonable Doubt on Thursday night, February 28th at 8 p.m. And I'm not sure if it is on Channel 17 or 19 (Mark, can you help me out on this?)
Its a call-in show (although the number changes from show to show for some reason, so I don't have the number available at the moment), so feel free to call in and ask her the tough questions. For example:
1. During Eldridge v. State, 731 sw2d 618, you revoked a Defendant's probation without a hearing and without his attorney being present. Could you explain how this is somehow not a massive civil rights violation?
2. Would you care to explain why you didn't let a witness wear a yarmulke in your court?
3. Did you ever apologize for it?
4. What's your criteria for deciding which of the Assistant District Attorneys you are going to fire?
5. Why were your Bar Poll Ratings always so low? (NOTE: When she says because she "didn't play favorites, proceed to Question # 6)
6. Then why were Judge Poe's ratings always so high?
7. Why is a 60 year old woman still getting written up on her evaluation because she can't get along with others (much like a grade schooler)?
8. If you observed the ADAs striking so many jurors based on race when you were on the bench, why is there no record anywhere of you ever calling them out on it?
9. Why do you refer to yourself as a "litigator" when you've never tried a case?
10. Have you ever gone by the street name of "Snookems"?
By the way, good luck getting a call in on the show. Lykos typically arranges for her friends to call in and throw her softball questions that she can answer in a politically stunning manner.