Tahoe man Released after local DA's office Disqualified -- New DA Drops Charges
Ty Robbins has always claimed that he was the victim of a politically motivated prosecution in Nevada for being a high-level governmental whistleblower. His claims included that the El Dorado County District Attorney was working in concert with Nevada authorities in this political witch hunt.
Robben was arrested twice in El Dorado County, once by Nevada Bounty Hunters that acted in California without the needed authority and then transported Robbens to Nevada. A second time was about a month ago when increased charges in Nevada caused the EDC Sheriff to exercise a legitimate arrest warrant. He spent nearly a month in a Nevada jail before a new DA stepped in to review the case and subsequently setting Robbens free finding the charges without substance.
In what is a bitter sweet victory for Robbens, he now is trying to put his life back together after spending a month in jail. The Nevada DA Mark Jackson wrote, "“Based on a full and complete review of all the evidence and the existing constitutional, statutory and case law, I filed a notice of dismissal today in the Carson Township Justice Court.” County DA Mark Jackson was brought in after the Carson City DA’s office was disqualified from handling the case.
Douglas County DA Mark Jackson said that means Robben’s $50,000 bail has been lifted, and all pending charges against him have been dismissed.
“It is my understanding that Mr. Robben is in the process of being released from the Carson City Jail,” Jackson said.
Robben stopped by the Tahoe Daily Tribune Friday and said he was hoping to restore his life and family. He thanked his attorneys for their work to get him released.
“Thank you to Mark Jackson for standing up and supporting the U.S. Constitution,” Robben said.
Two weeks ago, Jackson dismissed the other case against Robben, which accused him of libel and stalking and two counts of attempting to intimidate Tatro and his family.
He did so stating that Nevada’s libel law was “unconstitutionally vague.” The stalking charge, he said, simply didn’t have enough evidence to support it.
Judge Tatro Corrupt as hell says many Reno area residents. Robben has been battling the state and criminal justice system since he was terminated by the Taxation Department.
He was angry with Tatro for his conviction on charges of disorderly conduct centered on his attempt to — allegedly — serve papers on behalf of a friend on then-NDOT Director Susan Martinovich.
Robben said Judge Tatro and Assistant DA Mark “Freddie” Krueger must resign and criminal charges must be filed against Judge Tatro for filing a false report against me! He went on to make this statement:
Thank you Douglas County DA Mark Jackson for respecting the US Constitution and my 1st & 14th Amendment rights in these matters and the honor to respect the law(s) and look at the facts unbiased.
Special thanks Attorney Jarrod Hickman and to the entire State of Nevada Public Defenders office including the folks behind the scenes answering my numerous phone calls from jail.
Robben finished his statement with this question:
Are you aware of the ruling in Times v. Sullivan (1964) which states this, in part:
As Americans we have a profound national commitment to the principle that debate on Public Issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide open. And that it may well include vehement, caustic, and sometimes unpleasantly sharp attacks on government and public officials.
At this time it is unknown if El Dorado County DA Vern Pierson is one of the governmental officers that Robbens intends to sue related to his prosecution and arrest.
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