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Letter, ADA Richard Panosh to David Lloyd, John Hatfield, Robert McClellan, John Bryson


 

State of North Carolina
General Court of Justice
Eighteenth Prosecutorial District

 

Horace M. Kimel, Jr.
District Attorney

P.O. Box 10769

Greensboro, NC 27404-0769

(910) 574-4313

 

Wednesday, February 25, 1998

 

Mr. John B. Hatfield
Attorney at Law
Hatfield and Hatfield

219 West Washington St.

Greensboro. NC 27401

 

Mr. W. David Lloyd

Attorney at Law

Suite 301
101 South Elm St.

Greensboro, NC 27401

 

Mr. John Bryson
Attorney at Law
Wyatt Early Harris & Wheller, L.L.P.

Suite 400
1912 Eastchester Drive
High Point, NC 27265

 

Mr. Robert McClellan
Attorney at Law
Ivey, McClellan, Gatton & Talcott, L.L.P.

P.O. Box 3324
Greensboro, NC 27402-3324

 

RE: Theodore Mead Kimble, and Ronnie Lee Kimble

 

Gentlemen:
 

As I have indicated to each of you in prior telephone conversations, conflicts with other trials and the Court's schedule will make it extremely difficult to bring these matters to trial during the March 2, 1998 term of court.
 

Therefore, the State of North Carolina will not oppose your motion to continue. The new trial date will be selected taking into consideration the information each of you has provided in regard to scheduling conflicts and vacations.
 

The remaining pretrial motions should be heard during the March 2, 1998 term of court.
 

The first matter for the Court's attention will be the case of James Silas Paschal. On Monday, March 2nd the court will be required to conduct an in camera hearing to determine what medical records of the defendant the State of North Carolina will receive. In order to insure the completion of that case during this term of court, it is important that the hearing be conducted on Monday afternoon.
 

The court has a schedule conflict on Monday March 9th , and in the morning, Tuesday March 10th

 

Please be prepared to suggest and agree upon a date for the hearing of the pretrial motions during the March 2, 1998 term, which does not conflict with the aforemention dates.

Sincerely,

 

/signature/


Richard E. Panosh,
Assistant District Attorney
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