Wondering what’s next on Tina Peters’ Law & Order docket?
Well, you won’t have to wait too long for the next episode.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, 2/28, at 3:00 p.m. Tina has a one-hour, in-person hearing in Courtroom 2 of the Mesa County Justice Center about her upcoming obstruction trial, Case No. C392022M364. That’s the case about her using an IPad to record a Court proceeding in violation of Court rules and kicking a cop in the bagel shop.
Tina’s jury trial on obstruction charges starts the next morning, Wednesday, March 1 at 8:30 a.m. in Courtroom 2. That’s Judge Bruce Raaum’s Courtroom. You should be able to access the 2/28 hearing and the 3/1 trial online via the Court’s WebEx system via this link to Judge Raaum’s Courtroom. Her obstruction trial is scheduled over two days, and should continue on Thursday, March 3 starting at 8:30 a.m.
The other events on Tina’s current court docket include Case No. C392022M2137, about Tina violating a protection order against contacting Mesa County Clerk employee Brandi Bantz. This case came about after Tina emailed all election clerks across the state at one time last July about her request for a recount. Tina was prohibited from contacting any employees in the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, but did so anyway by sending Brandi Bantz, the County’s Designated Election Official, a copy of that email with her recount request.
Tina has a one-hour hearing in the Brandi Bantz protection order case on the same day her obstruction trial starts.
After that, she has no court appearances until July, at least for now.
C392022CR371 is her criminal case over her multiple felonies in her election tampering scandal.