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Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire came to Glenville on Tuesday, January 17th and indoctrinated the petit/magistrate jurors for the November term.

Judge Alsop had cancelled the November date for indoctrination due to their being no heat in the Court House at that time.


•  A civil trial was scheduled before Judge Facemire but the parties had reached a settlement so the jurors were excused after being indoctrinated.


•  Judge Facemire also heard 3 fugitive from justice cases with all 3 defendants being represented by Brian Bailey of Buckhannon.

1) Reymond Rivera-Morales waived to return to Pennsylvania.

2) Terry Joe Higdon waived to return to Georgia and

3) Andrew Parker waived to return to Ohio.

Authorities in those states have until 4 PM Thursday, January 26, 2017 to pick up the inmates or Central Regional Jail will release them.


Judge Facemire will return to Glenville on Monday, Jnauary 23rd for his regular monthly motion day.

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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On Wednesday, January 11, 2017 new Family Court Judge Steve Jones heard matters in Gilmer County Family Court.


•  He heard 8 matters with 3 cases having temporary orders entered.


•  One divorce was granted wherein Lorrie McCord (38) of Glenville, WV divorced Jackie McCord (51) of Burnsville, WV.


•  The remainder of the cases will have orders prepared by the child advocate bureau and are not available at this time.

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Wednesday, January 04, 2017 Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire heard a magistrate appeal and upheld the magistrate’s ruling.


•  Samantha Woolard was represented by David Karickhoff of Sutton and must pay both magistrate costs and Circuit Court costs, including the court appointed attorney fees within 45 days of her release from jail.

She was sentenced to 6 months in Central Regional Jail with all but 30 days suspended and being placed on home confinement for the remainder of her sentence.


Judge Jack Alsop spent all day in Gilmer County on Monday, January 09, 2017 hearing cases on a 4 page docket.


•  One adoption was granted.


•  Seven juvenile matters were heard.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Joshua Rigsby

He was before the Court asking for reconsideration of sentence which Judge Alsop denied.

He was represented by Kevin Hughart of Sissonville.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Adam Couch

He was sentenced to a definite term of 40 years in the penitentiary for his former plea of guilty to second degree murder.

He will be given credit for all time served beginning September 19, 2015.

Couch had co-counsel of Kevin Hughart and Brian Bailey of Buckhannon.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Patty Reynolds

She had motions heard in her case and her trial remains on the docket.

She was represented by Clinton Bischoff of Summersville.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Steven Crislip

He was before the court for a preliminary hearing on motion to revoke probation.

He will have a further hearing on Friday, February 03, 2017 at 10:45 AM.

Bryan Hinkle was appointed to represent him.

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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On December 29, 2016 Family Court Judge Larry Whited was in Gilmer County.


    •  Stephanie Montgomery (62) of Glenville, WV divorced Bryan J. Montgomery (52) of Masontown, WV

Debate: Trump Will Throw Fuel On Our Criminal-Justice Dumpster Fire

David Meyer-Lindenberg and Andrew Fleischman  debated whether President Trump will be good for criminal justice reform. This is David’s argument. 

Donald Trump may not have taken office yet, but that isn’t stopping his enemies from blaming him for everything under the sun. His most innocuous comments, like a “Happy Hanukkah” tweet, are now routinely taken as proof of something sinister. With all the gloomy, bad and outright apocalyptic press he’s getting, it’s increasingly hard to distinguish between valid criticism of Trump, his cabinet or what little we know of his agenda and partisan outrage.

But even those willing to engage with Trump on honest terms have to confront the fact that we don’t know what he’s going to do. He says contradictory things about his plans. He leaves important issues unaddressed. And when he and his team do set forth an agenda – as with immigration policy, where he committed to deporting illegals en masse, at least before he walked back that promise in the last days of his campaign – he says little to nothing about how he’s going to implement it.

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Immigration is a good example. As Fault Lines contributor Mario Machado points out, Trump’s promise to step up deportation beyond what Obama, the biggest deporter of illegal aliens in the nation’s history, has done is probably impossible to keep. There’s only so much ICE can do – so much money, so many detention facilities – and far too many undocumented people in the United States.

And then there’s criminal justice, the red-headed stepchild of sane policymaking and a favorite of politicians looking to reassure a worried public that they’re “doing something.” By any objective criterion, America’s never been safer. But voters don’t believe it: over half now say crime got worse in the past ten years.

In fact, the decline in violent and property crime that began in the early ‘90s continued through Obama’s time in office, and campaign-stump claims that we’re in the middle of a new crime wave are provably wrong. But true or not, a belief held by sufficiently many voters constitutes political capital, and Trump, savvy politician that he is, may very well decide to use it.

So what could Trump do to fight crime? One obvious choice would be to make hay of the outrage du jour. In the ‘90s, it was crack cocaine, which at least had the advantage of being a real phenomenon. Today, people are panicking over a fictitious college-rape epidemic, citing made-up statistics and putting liars on pedestals in an effort to persuade Congress and the body politic that American campuses are now more dangerous to women than Somalia is.

There’s also been a push to criminalize “revenge porn,” the sharing of intimate photos of someone without their consent. This may or may not be a deplorable thing to do: advocates of revenge porn criminalization have proposed laws that’d make it a crime to share Anthony Weiner’s dick pics, and, when this was pointed out to them, suggested “public interest” safeguards that don’t work. But the really insurmountable obstacle to a ban is that revenge porn is protected by the First Amendment. Unless and until the Supreme Court holds that it falls into a recognized category of historically unprotected speech, for which there are no obvious candidates, or, even less likely, creates a new category, laws against revenge porn are unconstitutional.

So what’s Trump going to do? Will he care that claims of serial campus rape are fraudulent, or that colleges, under threat from Obama’s DoE, have set up star chambers for students accused of sex crimes, denying basic due process to the young people in their charge? Does he know that the Constitution protects something as unpopular as revenge porn, and if not, will it interest him once he’s been told?

The signs aren’t good. Trump showed precious little concern for the Constitution when he joined Hillary Clinton in endorsing a ban on gun ownership for people on the government’s no-fly list. He recently called for the prosecution of people who burn the flag. Yes, his enemies are often wrong to call his plans unconstitutional: he wouldn’t be violating the Emoluments Clause by refusing to put his businesses in a blind trust, for instance, and it’d be fine for him to keep Muslims from immigrating to the U.S. under the plenary power doctrine. But the limits of his knowledge and lack of appreciation for the nation’s founding document are pretty apparent.

When it comes to campus rape, he may very well do the wrong thing, defy BuzzFeed’s expectations and buy into the claims. And why not? For one, his immigration proposal suggests he’s not one to get bogged down in the details, like whether what he wants to do can actually be done (or, in this case, comports with reality.) For another, stories of rape on campus are by their very nature compelling. Remember Mattress Girl? Rolling Stone’s Jackie, and the wrongful outrage that ensued? Who wouldn’t want to address something so bad?

By contrast, the victims of the campus-rape witch hunt – the wrongfully accused, those denied their due process rights, college students expelled and hounded out of polite society over allegations that’d never stand up in court – are a lot less visible. And because the harms they suffer, including loss of education, career prospects and lifelong branding as a sexual predator, are more abstract than allegations of rape, they tend to be less sympathetic.

Why wouldn’t Trump be moved to fix the rape epidemic, notwithstanding the fact that it doesn’t exist? Who cares if a few people get stepped on in the process? Will it be Trump, who, if his history of abusing eminent domain to get his way is anything to go on, has no qualms about breaking a few eggs to make an omelet?

Finally, even if Trump does defy expectations and tries to put an end to the insanity, he’ll run into resistance from the remains of the Obama camp. President Obama just appointed Catherine Lhamon, the architect of DoE’s campus star-chamber system, to head up the Commission on Civil Rights. In other words, the woman whose signature policy resulted in the denial of civil liberties to countless college students will soon be responsible for advising Trump on whether Americans’ civil liberties are being violated.

Will Trump follow in Ronald Reagan’s footsteps and appoint someone new to the post? That’d take initiative and commitment to reform, two areas in which it’s reasonable to suppose Trump will be lacking. And if he doesn’t get rid of her, she’ll be free to play the Red Witch to Trump’s Stannis Baratheon and whisper in his ear.

There are those who claim Trump will be the best thing ever for criminal justice reform, perhaps because he may at last act on the Koch brothers’ advice and bring about federal mens rea reform.* But every sign – everything from Trump’s record to what we know of his personality, from public hysteria about crime to Obama’s legacy minions to Trump’s pick for Attorney General, a man who never met a civil asset forfeiture program he didn’t like – points the other way.

Realistically, the best we can hope for is a Trump presidency that’s less awful on criminal justice issues than his predecessor’s. And the only good thing to say about the mess we’re in is that that’s a pretty low bar.

*Of course, Trump may be too busy throwing the Kochs’ guests off his golf courses to care about something so eminently sane and overdue.

West Virginia Is No Longer a Judicial Hellhole

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For over a decade, the American Tort Reform Foundation labeled West Virginia a “Judicial Hellhole.” We earned that label because liberal activist judges and personal injury lawyers promoted a culture of lawsuit abuse. Our legal system was out of step with other states when it came to the fair and impartial treatment of litigants.

Thanks to the strong bipartisan leadership of Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, Senate President Bill Cole, House Speaker Tim Armstead and the coalition of legislators who acted boldly during the past two legislative sessions to address our state’s notorious legal system, the American Tort Reform Association no longer labels us a “Judicial Hellhole.”

The bipartisan legal reforms passed during two legislative sessions will help make our state more attractive to job creators. They will help existing small businesses that are growing and may hire more employees. These reforms will provide more opportunities for West Virginians and boost our economy.

Despite these recent legislative achievements, there are a handful of much-needed legal reforms that would keep West Virginia off of future “Judicial Hellhole” lists.

West Virginia continues to be the only state in the country that does not provide a right of appeal for either civil or criminal litigants. Our state is one of nine that does not have an intermediate court of appeals. Our Legislature should act boldly and establish an intermediate court of appeals during the legislative session.

Legislators should reform our state’s medical monitoring system to require individuals to exhibit an injury to receive a medical monitoring award, and they should ensure medical monitoring awards are placed in a medical trust and only used for medical monitoring and health care expenses. We should not permit parties who receive a medical monitoring award to use that money to buy a new pickup truck or all-terrain vehicle.

Our Legislature should reform judgment interest rates by setting them at the Fifth Reserve District’s secondary market interest rate instead of an arbitrary rate determined by the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia. Additionally, permitting seat belt admissibility will allow members of a jury to hear whether parties involved in an automobile accident were wearing their seat belt, which is the law.

In addition to the bipartisan legal reforms passed in recent years, this year’s “Judicial Hellhole” report applauds West Virginia voters for electing conservative Beth Walker to the Supreme Court of Appeals. With Walker’s commitment to the rule of law and Justice Allen Loughry II serving as Chief Justice in the coming year, we are optimistic fairness and balance will return to the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia.

We applaud Attorney General Morrisey, Senate President Cole, House Speaker Armstead and every member of the West Virginia Legislature who supported the much-needed legal reforms that became law over the past two years. West Virginia is no longer a “Judicial Hellhole” because lawmakers and voters alike have stood strong against lawsuit abuse.

Roman Stauffer - Executive Director of West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse.


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It may not be a judicial hellhole. But
WV certainly is an EDUCATIONAL HELLHOLE.

Just ask ANY county the WV Board of Education has taken over.  There are many.

The tax dollars spent versus the very poor grade outcome indicates dismal failure by WV State Administrators and Bureaucrats.

Teachers are hamstrung and cannot do their jobs to their fullest abilities due to over bearing policies and regulations.  WV EDUCATIONAL HELLHOLE is not due to the lack of quality teaching staff, but due to incompetent administration.

And no, me nor my family are teachers.  Just the facts.

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Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Chief Judge Jack Alsop presided over Court in Glenville, WV.


    •  Three juvenile matters were heard.


    •  One fugitive from justice, namely Tyrone Curtis waived to return to the state of Pennsylvania and authorities there have until January 09, 2017 at 4 PM to pick him up or Central Regional Jail will release him.

He was represented by Clinton Bischoff of Summersville.

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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On Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Family Court Judge Larry Whited was in Gilmer County.


    •  He divorced Rose Frashure (38) of St Clairsville, OH from Larry Frashure (37) of Glenville, WV.

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Tuesday, December 20, 2016 Judge Richard A. Facemire held Court in Glenville, WV.


•  Six juvenile matters were heard.


•  Two fugitives waived to return to their respective states.

Both were represented by Clinton Bischoff of Summersville.

Larry Patton Jr. Waived to return to Ohio with James Minigh waiving to return to Wisconsin.

Authorities in their states have until 4 PM December 30, 2016 to pick the inmates up at Central Regional Jail or they will be released.


•  Civil case of John Zsigray vs. Rite Aid of WV

The case was remanded back to Magistrate Court for further proceedings.


•  A pretrial was held in the case of Steve Husk vs. Eagle Oil Field Services

Judge Facemire granted several motions in limine 1-17 and 19 and 20.

Motion 18 he took under advisement and will rule at a later date.

Trial is still set for January 17, 2017.


•  In the civil case involving WV Insurance Company vs. Steve Frye nobody showed up for this hearing.


•  A scheduling conference order was set in the case of John Zsigray vs. Cindy Langman et al with pretrial being April 24, 2017 at 10:00 AM and the trial being set for May 02, 2017 at 9:00 AM.

A mediator was also appointed by the Court.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Angel Hart

She was before the Court for reconsideration of sentence which request was denied.

She was represented by Steve Nanners of Buckhannon.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Samantha Woolard

She was before the Court and set for appeal for January 04, 2017 at 9:00 AM.

She is represented by David Karickhoff of Sutton.

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report

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On Monday, December 12, 2016 Chief Judge Jack Alsop presided over his regular motion day.


•  Two civil pretrials were cancelled due to a bankruptcy petition putting a stay on the proceedings.


•  Thirteen juvenile matters were heard with 2 being set for further hearing on Tuesday due to time constraints.


•  GMH Gas Company vs. William Cottrill et al

The case was before the Court for status.

The case was then set for March 02, 2017 and 9:00 AM to determine ownership.


•  Another civil case involving 21st Mortgage Company vs. Gary Cain

The case was before the Court regarding judgment.

Defendant failed to appear and plaintiff will submit an order reflecting today’s hearing.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Adam Couch

He was before the Court for entry of a plea.

He was represented by co counsel Kevin Hughart of Sissonville and Brian Bailey of Buckhannon.

After entering his plea of guilty to second degree murder in the death of Delbert King all remaining charges in the indictment were dismissed.

A presentence investigation was ordered by the Court and he will be sentenced at 10:00 AM January 09, 2017.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Whitney Henderson

She was before the Court for a bond reduction.

Judge Alsop reduced her bond to $5,000.00 and home confinement.

Teresa Monk is her attorney but the motion was filed pro se.


•  One name change petition was denied.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Tiffany Parker

She was before the court asking for reconsideration of her previous 2-20 year sentence handed down.

She asked to be admitted to a long term inpatient drug treatment program for females, and after Judge Alsop called the facility he left a message with them and took her motion under advisement pending availability of a bed in the program for her.

She is currently housed at Tygart Valley Regional Jail and is represented by Clinton Bischoff of Summersville.


•  Tuesday afternoon Judge Alsop returned to Gilmer County for 2 additional juvenile matters.

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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Family Court Judge Larry Whited held Court in Glenville and heard several matters:

  • One domestic violence was transferred to Braxton County.

  • Temporary orders were entered in 2 modifications with final orders to follow.

  • Two cases for paternity had genetic testing orders entered in them.

  • One divorce had a guardian ad litem appointed to represent an incarcerated defendant.

Two divorces were granted wherein:

  • Margaret Zinn (37) of Sand Fork, WV divorced Stephen Zinn (44) of Coxs Mills, WV

  • Rose Craig (54) of Sand Fork, WV divorced Freddy Craig (53) of Linn, WV.

Gilmer County Magistrate Court Report

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Magistrate Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia
Defendant Offense Disposition
Whit, Tracy A. Driving under the influence of alcohol (24 Hrs. Confinement) Dismissed - Deferred Sentence
Isenhart, Charles Andrew Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Sampson, Christopher M. Burglary in the nighttime, break and enter or enter without braking Dismissed
Miller Jr., James M. Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without valid prescription Dismissed - Deferred Sentence
Moss, Jonathan I. Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household (2) Dismissed
Siers, Darlene Sue Driving while license suspended or revoked - General No Contest Plea / Nolo Contender
Hess, Lisa Obtaining money, property and services by false pretenses: Penalties (Larceny) Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Hess, Lisa Tampering with pipes, tubes, wires or electrical conductors: Penalty Guilty Plea Agreement
Cunningham Joseph Thomas Trespass property 1st offense Guilty Plea Agreement
Cunningham Joseph Thomas Petit Larceny, Penalties Dismissed - Plea Agreement
McConico III, Leonard Driving while license suspended or revoked - General Dismissed - Plea Agreement
McConico III, Leonard Speeding Guilty Plea
Muzny, David Allen Speeding Guilty Plea
Beck, Billy Operation without certified inspection or failure to produce certificate Dismissed
Beck, Billy No Insurance Dismissed
Starkey, Leon Carl No Proof of Insurance Dismissed - Proof of Insurance
Arthur, Shawn Denver Speeding Guilty Plea
Ritchie, Ethan Cole Speeding No Contest Plea / Nolo Contender
Garrett, Christopher Lee Speeding No Contest Plea / Nolo Contender
Sylvester, Spencer Sinclair No Insurance Dismissed - Proof of Insurance
Conner, Melvin Lee No Vehicle Insurance Guilty Pleas
Self, Amy Melissa No Proof of Insurance Dismissed - Proof of Insurance
Lucas, Jordan Seth Speeding - 2nd offense Guilty Plea
Sampson, Christopher M Trespass on property other than structure or conveyance (Refusing to leave) No Contest Plea / Nolo Contender
Yoak, Nicole Evelyn No proof of insurance Dismissed - Proof of Insurance
Patterson, Heather Making, issuing worthless checks (3) No Contest Plea / Nolo Contender
Cole, Judy Making, issuing worthless checks (5) Guilty Plea
Meelure, Brandon L. Possession of controlled substance < 15 grams Guilty Plea
Meelure, Brandon L. Driving while license suspended or revoked - 2nd offense Guilty Plea

Gilmer County Family Court Report

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  • Amber Woodford (30) of Glenville, WV divorced Travis Woodford (40) also of Glenville,WV

  • One modification was granted.

  • One modification was continued due to respondent not receiving paperwork.

  • One domestic violence was granted.

  • One petition to terminate a domestic violence petition was denied.

  • Two other matters were scheduled but no orders were received in them.

Gilmer County Magistrate Court Report

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Magistrate Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia
Defendant Offense Disposition
Starcher, Jason Wayne Sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian to a child (6) Transferred to Circuit Court
Starcher, Jason Wayne Sexual abuse 3rd Transferred to Circuit Court
Starcher, Jason Wayne Contributing to delinquency or neglect of a child (1) Transferred to Circuit Court
Starcher, Jason Wayne Contributing to delinquency or neglect of a child (19) Dismissed
Starcher, Jason Wayne Contributing to delinquency or neglect of a child (4) Guilty Plea
Langford, Steven Ray Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Gates, Emily K. Battery on a government employee and/or medical personnel Dismissed - Deferred Sentence
Davis, Melody Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Shaffer, Geoffery Allen Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed
Hall, Solana L. Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Nichols, Brian Andrew Driving under the influence No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Lake, Timothy Allen Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Lake, Timothy Allen Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household No Contest per Plea Agreement
Hess, Amy Lynn Driving while license suspended or revoked Dismissed
Hess, Amy Lynn Driving under the influence w/ an alcohol concentration in blood < .15 Guilty Plea
Furr, Timothy Alan Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription Dismissed
Furr, Timothy Alan Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription Guilty Plea Agreement
Rose, William Shane Falsely reporting an emergency incident - initiate or circulate No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Mckeown, Autumn M. Knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription Guilty Plea
Cottrill, Steven Joe Driving while license revoked - DUI Guilty - Plea Agreement
Cottrill, Steven Joe Operating without certificate of inspection or failure to produce certificate Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Peters, John M. Animals running at large Dismissed
Harrison, Kimberly Dawn Speeding Guilty Plea
Adkins, Michael Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Guilty - Plea Agreement
Adkins, Michael Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Juvenile 0 Underage Consumption Proceedings Deferred
Hively, Cody Drivers must be licensed; motorcycle licenses, state id Guilty Plea
Bond, Ted Kent Failure to Yield Right of Way No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Gordon, Levi M. Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Gordon, Levi M. Provide alcohol to minor Dismissed - Plea Agreement
Walsh, Mikayla Loran Cell phone Guilty Plea
Juvenile 1 Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Juvenile 1 Underage Consumption Dismissed
Juvenile 2 Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Juvenile 2 Underage Consumption Dismissed
Juvenile 3 Possession of Marijuana < .15 Proceedings Deferred
Juvenile 3 Underage Consumption Dismissed
Juvenile 4 Underage Consumption Guilty Plea
Lambert, Danny Ray Driving while license suspended or revoked No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Lambert, Danny Ray Failure to change residency Dismissed - Plea Agreement
McCord, Terra Nichole Driving too fast for roadway conditions No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Hirschfield, Robert James Driving while license suspended or revoked Proceedings Deferred
Hirschfield, Robert James No insurance Dismissed
Emerson, Justin Lee Failure to maintain control Guilty Plea
Hitt, Amber Dawn Operating without certificate of inspection or failure to produce certificate Dismissed
Webb, Randi Contempt-Willful resistance by officer of the court/juror/witness/party/other to judicial Dismissed - With Prejudice
Webb, Justin Contempt-Willful resistance by officer of the court/juror/witness/party/other to judicial Dismissed - With Prejudice
Greenlief, Amanda Linn No proof of insurance Dismissed - Proof of Insurance
Beaubran Jr., Max Guy Operating without certificate of inspection or failure to produce certificate No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Beaubran Jr., Max Guy No insurance Dismissed
Wilson, Casey Sabrina Domestic Battery - Unlawful or intentional physical contact or harm to family or household Guilty Plea
Fraley, Thomas Elbert Expired Operators Guilty Plea
Huffman, Bryan James Failure to Use Due Care No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Phares, Alex Anderson Driving while license suspended or revoked No Contest Plea/Nolo Contendre
Ward, Jeremy Scott Trespass in structure or conveyance Guilty Plea
Ward, Jeremy Scott Petit Larceny Guilty Plea
Miller-Colon, Steffen Driving while license revoked - DUI Guilty Plea

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