Monday, July 08, 2013

Bus Driver Case Udate
A former Washington County TN school bus driver who wrecked last year on MT Wesley Rd. and injured dozens of students was set to plead guilty to charges related to the incident, but couldn't because her attorney died. The sudden death of the attorney for a former Washington County Tennessee school bus driver charged with aggravated assault from the bus wreck last year has slowed the case. Brenda Gray charged with eight counts of reckless aggravated assault, 31 counts of felony reckless endangerment, speeding, failure to exercise due care. Gray's attorney Michael LaGuardia apparently died from a heart attack July 1st. According to Assistant District Atty. Gen. Erin McArdle, the plea bargain had been worked out. Judge Robert Cupp has told Gray she could hire another attorney to stand in for LaGuardia who already filed paperwork with the court before his death. Judge Cupp Is also allowing Gray to file a an affidavit of indigence with the court. The case is set to go to trial July 29th (cs)

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