That “DA” bit is real hard to explain.
They’re not admitting she added the “DA”, huh.
It has been reported that Ms. Nelson had a case before Judge Moore at some time, and that it was dismissed. She would have a copy of the Ruling.
As is common practice, an assistant or legal clerk would sign or stamp the rulings, but to distinguish them from an original signature they put their initials after the signature. His Clerk was named, I think, Darla Adams, D.A. In 1977 he was an ADA.
“DA” was his clerk!
Stupid Gloria couldn’t figger that out.
The initials of the clerk assigned to Moore when he was in the DA’s office has the initials D A.
It is common for certain people to sign papers on behalf of another, but then they sign THEIR initials alongside.
The DA was undoubtedly added.
And, a person who traced over another person’s signature can say, “this IS his signature.” That’s different than saying “he personally signed this.”
Initials of his law clerk when he was a judge.
Someone said she wrote the DA.
She copied his signature from her divorce papers in 1999, which has a robo-signature signed D.A., the initials of his assistant.
He wasn’t D.A. district attorney by DDA.