Four Individuals Accused Of Voter Fraud Enter ‘Not Guilty’ Pleas

All four individuals were indicted by a Grand Jury on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, and the charges are related to alleged election fraud committed during the November 2012 General Election.
The four individuals who were recently arrested and accused of committing voter fraud during the 2012 General Election all entered “not guilty” pleas in Coffee County Superior Court on Thursday, June 16.
City Commissioner Olivia Pearson, Charlie Mack Wooten, James Curtis Hicks and Evelyn Griffin all pled “not guilty” on Thursday morning and will now await for their official trial dates, which could come in October. 
All four individuals were indicted by a Grand Jury on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, and the charges are related to alleged election fraud committed during the November 2012 General Election. Pearson, Wooten, Hicks and Griffin were all granted present bonds following their arrests of May 31, 2016. . 
 
See the full story in the Sunday, June 19, 2016, edition of The Douglas Enterprise.

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