Deputy District Attorney Brie Bennett was present for the People. Ms. Kelly Neel appeared specially for Brown's attorney, Mr. Ben McLaughlin.
Due to weather and road conditions and another emergency, trial confirmation was continued to March 14. Trial assignment is March 17.
Mr. McLaughlin will be submitting a funding request for a "neccesary witness."
Jury trial estimate is three weeks, full days.
Jan 9, 2017
Former Miss Hoopa's jury trial for alleged sexual abuse charges continued again; to March 20
After a few attempts at resolution and a few continuances, trial confirmation for former Miss Hoopa was scheduled for this morning in Courtroom 1. Jury trial was currently scheduled for January 23.
Kayla Brown is being represented by private attorney Mr. Ben McLaughlin. The case is being prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Brie Bennett.
Mr. McLaughlin confirmed but asked for a continuance. One of the reasons being availibility of defense expert.
The jury trial was continued to March 20.
Brown, a former Miss Hoopa, is charged with charged with four counts of alleged abuse including abnormal sexual interest in children.