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WIAT reporter Paul Collins spoke with a바카라사이트ttorneys for the state who have worked out a plea agreement.
“We’ve made arrangements to bring in some evidence of the charges to bring to a trial, but also in a sealed proceeding.”
The plea deal has not been finalised, but the state agreed to allow Collins to testify about his meeting with State Troonatyasastra.compers in the afternoon of April 30th.
State police say their investigation started after they learned about an alleged marijuana sale on the night of the April 30th raid.
They say that’s when the suspected criminal began videotaping the officers while they were interacting with the client.
When the video was later recovered, it showed that police arrested the man that was videotaping 우리카지노them, according to Collins.
They also say, however, the video shows that he “went into an apartment complex a few blocks from where the search warrant was executed.”
In a news release released this morning, the state says it has “advised” police officers on how to deal with video that is taken from an officer’s body camera.
The release also says that police will “not hold [the accused] criminally liable for what they witnessed,” but is continuing their investigation.
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