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Mason County Circuit Court


The following cases have been heard by Judge David W. Nibert this week in Mason County Circuit Court, according to the official court docket filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Bill Withers:


State v. James Kirker, plea of guilty to conspiracy to commit a felony, one to five years in prison, credit for 38 days served, effective sentencing date, Sept. 20. State v. Kristina Kirker, plea of guilty to conspiracy to commit a felony, one to five years in prison. State v. J.T. Reynolds, plea of guilty to forgery, sentenced to probation three years, pay restitution $2,250, pay court costs.


State v. Sabrina Estep, plea of guilty to misdemeanor fraudulent scheme, sentenced to one year probation. State v. Robin Zuransky, hearing on revocation of probation, continued to 10 a.m., Nov. 12. State v. Joseph Smith, sentencing continued to 9:30 a.m., Dec. 2. State v. Alysha J. Harden, disposition following home confinement, reinstated. State v. Michelle D. Watkins, sentenced for felony access device fraud, five years probation, pay restitution. State v. Roger M. Jordan, hearing on parole revocation, placed in Day Report program, hearing at 10 a.m., Dec. 23. State v. Brandon M. Barkey, pretrial hearing, continued to 9:30 a.m., Oct. 31.


State v. James Edison Smith, status and motion for psychological evaluation, continued to 9:30 a.m., Dec. 23. Muddy Waters v. Yabar, pretrial hearing, continued to Dec. 17. Seaton v. Wright, et. al., status, no show. State v. Gregory N. Richardson, status and forensic hearing, continued to 1 p.m., Nov. 7.


State v. Doris J. Keith, waiver of extradition hearing - Lakin, Attorney Damon Morgan appointed. State v. Christopher Berkley, bond revocation hearing, bond set at $5,000. State v. Neal B. Bonecutter, case to be dismissed. State v. Jonathan Beaver, case dismissed without prejudice, bond released. State v. Joyce A. Carlile, plea of guilty to felony grand larceny, continued to 9:30 a.m., Jan. 10, 2014.

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