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The Honorable Dee David Gay allowed last week's Motion to Revoke hearing against Amanda Hall to be reset to Wednesday morning, June 1, after key witnesses were unable to come before the court on such short notice. In the latter two memorandums, McGuire added Hall was still unemployed. Hall's public defender, Laura Frost, had subpoenaed McGuire to appear in court on May 25 to discuss her reports, but McGuire was out of town.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A Tennessee woman was sentenced Friday to 51 years for the murder of her newborn twins. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
The journal contains entries from students to Binkley which were deemed by the District Attorney General's office as highly inappropriate. Next to her is lead counsel David Ridings. Former Portland High School teacher Sandy Binkley learned Friday that she will be sentenced to 12 years - the maximum allowable sentence — for her September conviction of two counts of statutory rape by an authority figure.
Lewis appeared in Sumner County Criminal Court Thursday afternoon as Criminal Court Judge Dee David Gay approved the settlement offer that resulted in Lewis being sentenced to eight years in jail at 30 percent to serve; however, the sentence was suspended to time served — three days in jail. Judge Gay read the agreement to the courtroom, which stated that in caseLewis was pleading guilty to identity theft, which is a D felony with a range of two to four years in prison, adding that Lewis agreed to a sentence of three years at 30 percent, suspended to time served. Sales tax evasion is a E felony that carries a range of one to two years and Lewis accepted the sentence of two years at 30 percent, suspended to time served.
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