Sandra Rucki Jury Trial to Start July 18, 2016

Sandra Rucki, Mugshot

Sandra Rucki – Alleged Parental Kidnapper

Sources are reporting that Sandra Rucki’s Criminal Trial is scheduled to start on July 18, 2016. The presiding judge is Karen Aspaugh.

In related news, Sandra Rucki was released from jail. She has been ordered not to leave Minnesota without written court approval (no more vacations in Florida, for the once proclaimed indigent Sandra Rucki). She is also restrained from contact, direct or indirect with her children (the victims of this crime) which includes email, facebook and blogging.

Editor’s Note:

  • Sandra Rucki faces six felony counts of deprivation of parental rights. The County is also seeking an aggravated sentence. The Rucki Case is an important Teenager Family Abduction Case in that the prosecutor is also charging third party conspirators since the girls were recovered in the same state (Minnesota). In most cases, the third parties are in other states which makes prosecution more difficult.
  • I am surprised that Sandra Rucki was not required to wear an ankle bracelet as part of her release.
  • The Teenager Family Abduction Case is an important case for sending a message to divorcing parents and their children that they must follow Custody Orders.
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2 Responses to Sandra Rucki Jury Trial to Start July 18, 2016

  1. I hope that “Mother” Rucki gets what’s coming to her.

  2. Margo/Mom says:

    Looking forward to the trial. Meanwhile, “journalist” Michael Volpe seems to be working on pre-trial publicity. http://www.commdiginews.com/life/chaos-and-horror-after-courts-step-in-for-rucki-family-65633/

    He has had an ongoing relationship to the Michigan case pro-mom groups. At one point they were advertising on their FB page for Moms who didn’t like their court outcome under Judge Gorcyca. Put himself in the rather bizarre position of defending one Mom who was actually tossed out of court for public drunkenness. He tried to make a case that having a couple drinks before a 10 AM court hearing (after alcoholism had previously been identified as a barrier to custody) was a perfectly normal way to settle one’s nerves.

    The Michigan gaggle seems to be in search of new involvements.

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