Dear Ms. Marks;
It is come to my attention that you are holding Mr. Lahrman in one of your adult detention centers.
This is to advise you that Mr. Lahrman is a ward of the State of Indiana and as such, he is not available for incarceration. His guardian must be contacted and only the Guardian may legally speak for Mr. Lahrman.
I am now in receipt of a 92 page file that contains repeated statements from Mr. Lahrman that he is a disabled adult. The case should have been referred over to Probate as soon as he was brought in.
Either the State of Indiana considers him a person for the purposes of incarceration, or it does not. The Probate court has now declared him to be a non – entity, a non person and they have complete control over his body and person. If the City is arresting a ward of the State, do you arrest and hold dead people? They are on the same level of being non citizens.
I am herewith demanding immediate transfer of his criminal, misdemeanor case to Probate so that judge can decide the appropriate supervision and treatment for Mr. Lahrman.
I note that Mr. Lahrman did a better job than most attorneys in stating these facts to the Goshen City Police department and the handling of his case was a shameful and shocking tragedy and violation of his human and civil rights, a violation of 42 USC 1983 and 18 USC 241, 242, etc. for denial of due process under color of authority.
I suggest you release him at once to the custody of his Guardian and the Probate Court. If the Guardian fails to or refuses to comply, I suggest the appropriate court appoint a Guardian ad Litem for the purposes of litigation.
Mr. Lahrman is not a criminal; he is a disabled adult.
JoAnne Denison, Executive Director Justice 4 Every1, NFP PLEASE copy this email and send it as often as you can, once or twice per day and fax this lady at 574-537-3817. Please try to get the emails and fax numbers for Tim's Public Defender, the prosecuting States Attorney, the jailer and the commander of the police.
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Subject: Re : Demand for Release of Mr. Tim Lahrman20H02 9904 CM 0460 Indiana v. Tim Lahrman
Date: Apr 6, 2016 2:36 AM