Monday, July 08, 2013

Harris Back in Court
Former Unicoi county sheriff Kent Harris goes on trial today in Erwin for a third time in less than one year on a variety of charges. Today’s case will center on the alleged official misconduct by the sheriff in 2010 and 2011. Jury selection is underway in Unicoi County Criminal Court for state allegations that the sheriff used privileges to do work on his property for his own benefit. Senior Judge John Kerry Blackwood is hearing the case. Many courthouse observers have said that the popular law man will not be convicted by a jury in Unicoi County on any of the variety of charges brought against him against prosecutor Tony Clark. (CS)

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