Tell Judge Frederick Gannett: Reject Plea Agreement for Hit-and-Run Wealth Manager
  • Petitioned Frederick Gannett

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District Court Judge, Colorado 5th Judicial District
Frederick Gannett

Tell Judge Frederick Gannett: Reject Plea Agreement for Hit-and-Run Wealth Manager

    1. Joe Arasin
    2. Petition by

      Joe Arasin

      San Francisco, CA

On July 3, Steven Milo was riding his bicycle when he was allegedly struck from behind by wealth manager Martin Joel Erzinger. Rather than stop and call 911, or otherwise seek help for Dr. Milo, Erzinger fled the scene and called the Mercedes auto assistance service for help with his broken side mirror.

A month ago, Eagle County DA Mark Hurlbert announced a plea agreement with Erzinger, against the wishes of Dr. Milo, because he was worried that Erzinger may be unable to keep his job, where he is dedicated to "ultra high net worth individuals, their families and foundations." 

Hurlbert then rubbed salt into the wound when he admitted that he proposed the plea bargain before any discussion with Dr. Milo and his lawyer.

This Thursday, Judge Frederick W. Gannett has the opportunity to reject the plea bargain, honor the wishes of the victim, and ensure that Martin Erzinger faces trial on felony charges. Let's let him know where we stand.

For more information:

Article from the Vail Daily explaining the wishes of victim Steven Milo: http://www.vaildaily.com/article/20101210/NEWS/101219975/1078

Initial article on the plea bargain: http://www.vaildaily.com/article/20101104/NEWS/101109939/1078

Previous petition on the topic targeting DA Mark Hurlbert: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/da_mark_hurlbert_dont_drop_felony_charges_against_hit-and-run_wealth_manager

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