Zachary Adams Trial Date Reset for July 10th

 

Judge Creed McGinley, left, addresses  State and defense attorneys, and Zachary Adams (to the right),  when discussing reasons to change the trial date to July 10th.
Photo by W. Clay Crook/The Lexington Progress.

 

The attorneys for both the State and for the Zachary Adams defense were called from the courtroom into conference for a little over thirty minutes before court was called into session.  Upon returning to the courtroom, Judge Creed McGinley announced that there were continuing motions from the Zachary Adams defense team, and those motions were under seal.  The Judge also went on to say that he rarely changes a trial date, referring to the April 3rd date that had been set for quite some time for the Zachary Adams trial.  McGinley said, “I’d rather try this case once, and try it right,” and then announced that the trail date would be July 10th, “and as of today, the venue has been changed to Hardin County.”  Judge McGinley said that there were a couple of reasons, outside of the defense motions, that made the difference in…

For the complete story, see the March 8th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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