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Hodge claims the trial court erred when they gave an instruction about close temporal proximity, which requires him to offer a credible explanation for possessing stolen property and thus violates his privilege against self-incrimination.
Early Life and Education
Jack Hodge was a charismatic character with many friends. He enjoyed teasing people with jokes, which left them laughing out loud at his quick witted remarks. Jack would often leave people doubled over with laughter after hearing one of his quick comments!
After graduating high school, he enrolled at Clemson University to study electrical engineering; however, with war breaking out around him he decided to enroll instead in the army air forces; serving with the 83rd Fighter Squadron out in Germany.
Years before the Supreme Court ruling in Brown vs. Board of Education, he also wrote for Baltimore News-American and became the first black student at West Virginia University to earn an undergraduate degree at their P. I. Reed School of Journalism – graduating with a B.S.
Hodge’s music has been described as harmonically fresh and full of both sparkle and thunder, winning him accolades from critics as it creates worlds of musical magic with its dramatic interplay of color, light, and darkness.
Dr. Daniel Egan has been actively involved with Emerald Downs from its inception, serving as vice president. Additionally, he is an accomplished thoroughbred breeder who has produced some stakes winners such as Washington Sprint Champion Crystal Run, graded stakes winner Golden Screen and Frizette Stakes victor Herculated.
He has also enjoyed an acting career. Most notably in 2015 he starred as MC Ren in Straight Outta Compton as part of pioneering rap group N.W.A.
Achievement and Honors
Hodge is widely recognized as one of the greatest college wrestlers ever. A three-time NCAA Champion and Olympic Silver Medalist, Hodge was considered an unstoppable force on college wrestling teams across America with an unblemished 46-0 record and 36 pins that saw him dominate every NCAA tournament he competed in.
Hodge became the first African American undergraduate student at West Virginia University to earn a degree, graduating with a B.S. in journalism from its P. I. Reed School of Journalism in 1954 – this occurred well prior to Brown v. Board of Education being decided upon and when segregated schools were prevalent at that time.
Hodge was an ardent Christian, serving his church family in each community he lived. Additionally, he made valuable contributions in local community service efforts such as coaching Molino Little League and being on Harvesters Federal Credit Union’s board of directors.
Jack Hodge and Theresa Hodge own Oak Crest Farm near Enumclaw and are widely recognized for breeding Washington-bred horses such as Golden Screen – winner of 1985 Miss Grillo Stakes as well as multiple graded stakes winners such as Crystal Run, Sutra and Willcox Inn.
Whoever knew him best will remember his quick and clever wit fondly. His mischievous smile and soft chuckle behind his clever statements often left people laughing out loud in spontaneous bouts of mirthful mirth.
Hodge attended Clemson University after graduating high school, enrolling in their engineering program before war broke out and dropping out to join. Once in, he joined aviation cadet training program until his death due to an accident near Oster Starup, Denmark.
Edwin Hodge has made quite an impactful mark in the entertainment industry as an actor and filmmaker. He has appeared in various TV shows and movies – most notably The Purge: Anarchy – while also directing several short films himself.
Hodge’s most noteworthy roles include Alec Hardison on TNT’s Leverage, MC Ren in Straight Outta Compton and Levi Jackson in 2016 film Hidden Figures. Hodge currently stars on Showtime series City on a Hill.
Hodge is well known in horse racing circles as co-owner of numerous stakes winners, such as 1985 Miss Grillo Stakes winner Golden Screen. Additionally, Hodge helped design Emerald Downs where he serves as its vice president; homebreds owned by him have won four Washington champion two-year-old titles!