Andover Biography - Kathe Tuttman

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Andover resident Kathe Tuttman, a prosecutor in the Essex County District Attorney's Office, became a Superior Court Judge in May of 2006 an appointee of Governor Romney. In November of 2007, Governor Romney called for her to resign after she freed Daniel Tavares Jr. on his own recognizance. While serving a 16 year sentence for manslaughter for killing his mother, Tavares assaulted two prison guards. The Worcester District Attorney wanted Tavares held on $50,000 bail for the assault after he served his time. Judge Tuttman reversed this decision and set Taveares free without a monitoring device. In Washing
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Andover resident Kathe Tuttman, formerly a prosecutor in the Essex County District Attorney's Office, became a Superior Court Judge in May 2006 - an appointee of Governor Romney. In November of 2007, Governor Romney called for her resignation after she freed Daniel Tavares Jr. on his own recognizance.
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While serving a 16 year sentence for manslaughter for killing his mother, Tavares assaulted two prison guards. The Worcester District Attorney wanted Tavares held on $50,000 bail for the assault after he served his time. Judge Tuttman reversed this decision and set Taveares free without a monitoring device. When he went to collect a debt from Brian Mauck, who according to Taveres was insulting. Taveres shot both Mauck and his wife Beverly.
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*"Andover Judge at Center of National Story", Townsman, November 29, 2007
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*"Andover woman wins Approval to Serve as Superior Court Judge", Eagle Tribuen, May 18, 2006.
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*"Romney Calls on Judge Who Freed Killer to Resign", Eagle Tribune, November 24, 2007, page 3.

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Andover resident Kathe Tuttman, formerly a prosecutor in the Essex County District Attorney's Office, became a Superior Court Judge in May 2006 - an appointee of Governor Romney. In November of 2007, Governor Romney called for her resignation after she freed Daniel Tavares Jr. on his own recognizance.

While serving a 16 year sentence for manslaughter for killing his mother, Tavares assaulted two prison guards. The Worcester District Attorney wanted Tavares held on $50,000 bail for the assault after he served his time. Judge Tuttman reversed this decision and set Taveares free without a monitoring device. When he went to collect a debt from Brian Mauck, who according to Taveres was insulting. Taveres shot both Mauck and his wife Beverly.

See

  • "Andover Judge at Center of National Story", Townsman, November 29, 2007
  • "Andover woman wins Approval to Serve as Superior Court Judge", Eagle Tribuen, May 18, 2006.
  • "Romney Calls on Judge Who Freed Killer to Resign", Eagle Tribune, November 24, 2007, page 3.



--Eleanor 12:53, January 25, 2013 (EST)

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