Friday, September 28, 2001

Trial could be delayed




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        LEBANON — The trial of the city manager and three former Lebanon officials — now scheduled for Oct. 22 — could be delayed.

        Special Prosecutor Patrick Hanley has requested that the trial be pushed back, according to Bill Gallagher, attorney for one of the defendants.

        City Manager James Patrick, former Auditor Debbie Biggs, former City Attorney Bill Duning and former Electric Director Robert Newton were indicted on felony charges in July. The charges stem from early-retirement buyouts that Mrs. Biggs and Mr. Duning are accused of taking improperly.

       



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