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


 

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

 

March 26, 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:
 

The cases of Theodore Mead Kimble and Ronnie Lee Kimble will be scheduled for April 6, 1998 for the purpose of hearing any pretrial motions. Included in the motions to be heard will be the State's motion to join the defendants and charges for trial and the State's motion for reciprocal discovery as it applies to each defendant. Due to the anticipated length of the case, Judge Beale has indicated that his schedule will not permit him to begin the trial that week.
 

The trial date will be set by the District Attorney's Office.
 

In setting a date I will take into consideration any scheduled plans of the attorneys.
 

Mr. Hatfield indicated that all the attorneys would be ready for and would consent to a trial date beginning on August 3, 1998.
 

Each of you should notify our office of any conflicts that you have for the terms beginning on June 22, 1998 through August 24, 1998, bearing in mind that the trial, if started during one of those terms, would continue for approximately 6 weeks.
 

Mr. Lloyd has requested that I pick a trial date and inform him immediately so that he will not be "jerked around". As I indicated to Mr. Lloyd, I will not discuss a trial date with any of the individual attorneys, but I am willing to meet with all the attorneys and discuss the trial date. I will be in the office and available on Friday March 27, 1998. I also have an open schedule on April 2nd and 3rd.
 

Sincerely,
 

Richard E. Panosh,

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