DKT NO 190 | 08.28.2013 | APOLOGY
August 28, 2013
Dear Judge Lester,
I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to you for lying under oath. On April 20, 2012, I testified that my husband and I had no money to put towards a bond. At that time, we could have paid for a bond out of the contributions to my husband's legal fund. I was aware that what I was saying was not true and chose to take a path that I now regret with all my heart. This is not who I am or the person that I want to be. By lying under oath, I let my God down, I let your Honor and the court down, I let my family and friends down, and, most of all, I let myself down. In the future, no matter what the consequences, I will tell the truth because in the end all you have is your integrity. I promise, your Honor, to work hard to restore mine before the eyes of my God and the world.
Over the last sixteen months, I have become intimately aware of the justice system, and the absolute importance of all parties being truthful. By entry of this plea of guilty, I admit as true all of the facts contained in the State’s probable cause affidavit, filed in this case. Knowing that, legally, I am guilty of a felony, I appreciate Mr. Guy, Ms. Corey, and the Office of the State Attorney in Jacksonville allowing me to enter into this plea to a lesser included misdemeanor and thereby have the opportunity to continue in my quest to serve my community, one person at a time.
I am a Christian, and I know the words of the Bible, especially those of Jesus in the Gospel of John 8:32. I am sorry that I had forgotten this passage and forevermore I promise to remember, “The truth will set you free”.
Congratulations! You're now booked up
on the Letter of Apology
that Shellie N. Zimmerman wrote in her Perjury Case
Keep this in mind when you have to alert the authorities to a perjurer from your discrimination lawsuit.
As always, please get the justice you deserve.