Friday, June 21, 2013

Kent Harris Motion Denies
A judge has dismissed a defense motion that would dismiss charges against former Unicoi County Sheriff Kent Harris. Harris is set to go to trial again on July 8th. Harris Attorney Jim Bowman had made the motion to dismiss the counts on the grounds that the statute of limitations was past on the charges. District Attorney General Tony Clark answered that motion with the response that the crimes Harris committed was official misconduct done by a public servant and that makes the statute of limitations null and void. Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood issued the denial of the motion saying the case will continue. Harris has already been tried twice on charges of theft over 1-thousand dollars but both trials has hung juries. (CC)

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