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Published Court appearances reflect the daily 10:00 a.m. criminal call and do not necessarily account for all felony proceedings heard that day. Christian County Resident Judge Brad Paisley of the Fourth Judicial Circuit presided over the following cases, which were heard January 31, 2023.
Joshua M. Emmerling, 21CF337, 22CF198, 22CF249. (Theft of display merchandise in an amount less than $300 with a previous conviction; meth delivery of five grams; theft of motor fuel in an amount less than $150 with a previous conviction.) First appearance in 22CF249 resulted in waiver of the reading of charges.
Preliminary hearing and possible plea agreement set for Mar. 13, 2023.
Austin L. Mayes, 21CF252, 22CF228, 23CF05. (Aggravated battery of a peace officer; aggravated battery of a peace officer with an attempt to disarm the peace officer, corrections employee; home invasion that caused an injury; domestic battery making contact with two or more previous convictions; domestic battery causing harm with two or more previous convictions.) had jury trial set for Apr. 3, 2023 at 8:30 a.m. Final pre-trial is Mar. 23, 2023 at 1:15 p.m. A motion for furlough for in-patient substance abuse was denied.
Jack L. Skinner, 22CF209. (Possession of meth in an amount less than five grams; resisting a peace officer, corrections employee, or fire fighter.) Probable cause was found following a preliminary hearing. The defendant waived formal arraignment and pled not guilty. Pre-trail is set for Mar. 31, 2023.
Jeremy T. Stark, 22CF201. (Aggravated battery in a public place; aggravated battery in a public place; criminal damage to a property in an amount between $10k to 100k.) Status hearing was continued until Mar. 31, 2023.