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The men they were saluting were not the re-enactors they could see, of course, but the loved ones in Iraq they couldn't.
Did the District Court abuse its discretion in denying Pittman's motion for a change of venue? Were Pittman's rights to a fair trial and due process of law denied because all the witnesses against her were members of law enforcement? Did the District Court abuse its discretion in admitting a videotape of Pittman at the detention center into evidence? Did the District Court abuse its discretion in denying Pittman's request for a lesser-included offense instruction on resisting arrest? Is the evidence sufficient to sustain Pittman's convictions of assault on a peace officer and attempted assault on a peace officer? Did the District Court abuse its discretion in sentencing Pittman to prison instead of to the custody of the Department of Public Health and Human Services? on January 27, 2002, police officers responded to a report of a fight between two women-one of whom was Pittman-outside the 600 Lounge in Miles City, Montana.
¶ 1 A jury in the Sixteenth Judicial District Court, Custer County, found Lynn Marie Pittman guilty of assault on a peace officer, attempted assault on a peace officer, assault with bodily fluid and obstructing a peace officer. We affirm.¶ 2 We restate the issues as follows:¶ 3 1.
On the contrary: he acknowledges that, despite the flaws, "there was something about Custer that distinguished him from other human beings". To sum him up, Philbrick borrows a phrase Herman Melville used to characterise Captain Ahab: "All mortal greatness is but disease".
The name of the disease we never learn; only its symptoms.