I don't really know much about the cars, but I can make some assumptions about the case and some of the words that have been used when talking about Koua Fong Lee - but I guess - we'll all just have to wait and see:
When the gavel drops Monday morning in room 840 of the Ramsey County Courthouse, Koua Fong Lee knows his future is now.And If You Have The Time
If his attorneys Brent Schafer and Bob Hilliard prevail at the evidentiary hearing, he could be released from prison, where he is serving eight years for criminal vehicular homicide, and reunited with his wife and four children pending a new trial. If they don't, Lee probably will go back to Lino Lakes prison until his scheduled supervised release date in February 2013.
A support rally for Koua Fong Lee, organized by Trudy Baltazar, will be held from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday outside the Ramsey County Courthouse, 15 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul.
Baltazar said she expects about 75 to 100 people to participate.