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Court Case - Trial In-Progress State of San Andreas vs Ivan Sokolov

Discussion in 'Court Proceedings' started by Cinnaduma, Mar 21, 2020.

  1. Cinnaduma

    Cinnaduma Member Supporter Department of Justice Criminal

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    Arraigned By: TBD
    Prosecutor: TBD
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    Case number: 864
    Charges:
    C3 (Aggravated Assault on a Government Official)
    F2 (Aggravated Assault)
    M83^3F (Brandishing of a Deadly Weapon)
    M4^3F (Evading Arrest or Detention)

    Defendant: Ivan Sokolov
    Defense Attorney: TBD

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    Arresting (Charging Agency) Officer: Trooper E. Williams

    Officer(s) Involved: N/A

    Witnesses: N/A

    Incident Summary:
    Shot at Griffin at the VU and i attempted a traffic stop on him after the fact he then took off from us... 10 minutes later he stabs Danielle and shoots at Griffin at a repair shop the aggravated assault and brandishing are for at the VU because other people almost got shot club was open and people where outside and the agg assault on the gov official is for the shooting at the repair shop.

    plead not guilty
     

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  2. Ivan

    Ivan New Member Criminal

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    i would like to proceed with this court case but i need instructions
     
  3. Asu40

    Asu40 Active Member Department of Justice Chief Justice

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    At this time I find there to be sufficient and probable cause in allowing this case to proceed.
    Trial begins on the 26th day of March at 1200 hours
    Trial ends on 1st day of April at 1200 hours
    The Trial will last 7 days


    Supreme Court,
    Chief Justice David Johnson
     

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