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So the guy that set my house on fire...

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He had a court date yesterday and I heard nothing from detective or state.  I checked North Carolina inmates search and he's not in there so I guess that mofo walked?  It also looks like he filled a civil suit against the state a week ago.

 

He still has 5 court dates scheduled for open liquor container in the car, DUI, drug possession, driving without a license and failing to extinguish fire.  All misdemeanors.   

 

In past 30 days he had court dates for Arson, hit and run, DUI and driving without a license. (he was busted driving drunk twice in 1 month).

 

His daddy must of dropped around $40k in lawyer fees for all his son fug-ups.

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Don't let the court see your Huddle name.

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Look I should be honest. I set your house on fire. I figured you would get the joke

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He may have been found guilty but then appealed it.  That is the way lawyers handle misdemeanors such as this.  Just waste the courts time to the point that they eventually throw it out.

 

 

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He may have been found guilty but then appealed it.  That is the way lawyers handle misdemeanors such as this.  Just waste the courts time to the point that they eventually throw it out.

 

Arson was a felony charge.  Cops are trying to put him away before he killed someone. 

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Just got off the phone with clerks office.  My nightbor been indicted by State Superior Court.  What that means?

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Just got off the phone with clerks office.  My nightbor been indicted by State Superior Court.  What that means?

 

Guessing it means that his court date the other day was a hearing, and that the court determined that there was sufficient evidence to take him to trial. 

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Guessing it means that his court date the other day was a hearing, and that the court determined that there was sufficient evidence to take him to trial. 

 

Yep...sounds like the court date was for a grand jury hearing.

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So my guess is if he found guilty, he will go to prison for sometime.  Damn, this is a long process.

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