Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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April 25, 2012

Plea change won’t alter defense strategy

GLASGOW — The news of a scheduled guilty plea by one of the deputies in the federal case against Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton and three of his deputies will have an impact on the case. The attorneys for the defendants just aren’t sure what it will be.

Adam Minor, now a member of the Barren-Edmonson County Drug Task Force, will change his plea to guilty on May 1, according to an order filed Tuesday in the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky in Bowling Green.

“This isn’t going to have any real impact on our strategy,” said J. Guthrie True, attorney for Eaton. “We had been anticipating this because we knew it was likely he was the confidential witness in the superceding indictment.”

For the full story, read Thursday's print or e-edition of the Glasgow Daily Times.

 

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