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Kentucky Court of Appeals will hear Leon Grider case

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FRANKFORT, KY - The Kentucky Court of Appeals will convene Tuesday, June 14, 2011, in Frankfort to hear the state's challenge to a Russell County Circuit Court decision that dismissed an indictment against Leon Grider. Proceedings will take place at 11:45amET/10:45amCT, in the Court of Appeals Courtroom at 360 Democrat Drive. Proceedings are open to the public.

A three-judge panel comprised of Court of Appeals Chief Judge Jeff S. Taylor, Court of Appeals Judge Denise G. Clayton and Senior Judge Joseph E. Lambert will hear arguments in Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Leon Grider.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky claims that the Circuit Court erred in dismissing the indictment aganst, Leon Grider. Grider's attorney is Joseph Aprile II. Thom Marshall is the special prosecutor for the Attorney General, the appellant.

This story was posted on 2011-06-12 10:29:25
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