Q: Where can I read what the said in a case involving Keilon Hill in Des Moines Iowa
I would simply like to read exactly what the judge said in this case and I'm not having any luck finding the records. If you could tell me how or where I need to search for the actual records involved I would appreciate it
To find out exactly what a judge said in a trial (or a hearing or whatever), you'll want a transcript of the event. Not everything ends up with a transcript being made. If a transcript is available, you may have to pay to get a copy.
Here's a thing I found by googling "how to get a transcript."
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