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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 Paisley from the fourth Judicial Circuit presided over the following cases, which were heard November 17, 2023.
Kyle T. Adler, 23CF95. (Aggravated battery of a peace officer; domestic battery causing bodily harm.) The defense made two motions. One to removed monetary release and another for furlough to treatment. The pre-trial hearing will be on the motions Nov. 21, 2023.
Bradley P. Graham, 23CF86. (Drug induced homicide.) The defense made motions to modify bond restriction and a furlough to attend familiar funeral services. Bond will not be modified, but the defendant will be released on furlough with conditions to attend a familiar funeral service from Nov. 18, 2023 at 4 p.m. to Nov. 19, 2023 at 6 p.m. when he is to turn himself in with the jail. The defense also motioned for a 402 conference which will be on December 12, 2023 at 8:45 p.m.
Daniel C. Jacobs, 23CF153. (An estimated $500 to 10l worth of criminal damage to property.) The defendant not present due to illness and issued notice to appear for a hearing on December 15, 2023.
Edward J. Schroder. 23CF34. (Forgery, make, or altering a document.) The status hearing has been continued to December 14, 2023.
Dustin M. Shook 23CF157. (Aggravated battery in a public place.) The defense waved preliminary hearing and pre-trial was scheduled for January 19, 2024.
Michael L. Droke, 21CF322, 23CF149, (Meth delivery in an amount under five grams/ 180 days in jail with credit for 129 served, two years of probation; meth delivery in an amount between five to fifteen grams/ dismissed by motion of the state; aggravated fleeing from the police while going twenty-one miles over the speed limit; aggravated battery of a peace officer; delivery of five or less grams of meth; aggravated assault of a peace officer, firefighter, or emergency worker.) There negotiated plea for cases 21CF322 and 21CF149. The defendant will plea guilty and serve seven years concurrent at a rate of fifty percent for the cases, receive credit for time served and supervised release for one year when released from custody.