Jun 15, 2017

When you got 18 cases, upcoming jury trial for a murder charge; why not rack up another felony charge while in custody?

Nicholas Johnson's jury trial for the death of David Ganfield is scheduled for October 24.

Attempts to dismiss this case against Johnson by his attorney, Mr. Neal Sanders were unsuccessful.


While no separate charges were filed for Johnson allegedly shooting at DA investigators before he was arrested, Deputy District Attorney Roger Rees won a motion to introduce that evidence in the upcoming jury trial.

Some of the previous posts:

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2017/04/defense-motion-to-dismiss-case-against.html?m=1

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2017/04/nicholas-johnson-jury-trial-will.html?m=1

In January of this year, when I checked court records, Johnson had 18 cases in this system.

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2016/01/nicholas-johnson-who-shot-at-da.html?m=1

He picked up one more felony in February 2017, while in custody; possession of drugs where prisoners are kept.  A disposition and reset for that case is scheduled for October 24.


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