Jan 9, 2018

Former correctional deputy Cory Fisher not in court for intervention; nothing of substance discussed on record

Intervention was scheduled today for former correctional deputy Cory Fisher.

As expected, nothing much was said on the record. Visiting Judge Ann Moorman  mentioned the hearing tomorrow and that an amended complaint had been filed by the District Attorney. The preliminary will be discussed tomorrow when Fisher will be present.

Deputy Public Defender Luke Brownfield appeared on behalf of his colleague, Ms. Brie Bennett for intervention. He waived Fisher's appearance for today's hearing.

Deputy District Attorney Stacey Eads is prosecuting the case. Fisher's wife has been present at every hearing. Today, two of their sons were in court. They sat silently with their mom. Mrs. Fisher has filed for divorce.

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