Day Two: Deputy Cindy Benner Trial
Day two for Deputy Cindy Benner Trial in Ashland Municipal Court on Four Charges of Dereliction of Duty brought a surprising ending when the state rested and the defense requested a Rule 29 motion.
You may ask, What is a Rule 29 motion in Ohio? I had to Google it.
According to Google:
“The court on motion of a defendant or on its own motion, after the evidence on either side is closed, shall order the entry of a judgment of acquittal of one or more offenses charged in the indictment, information, or complaint, if the evidence is insufficient to sustain a conviction of such offense or offenses.”
Ashland Municipal Court Judge John L. Good grants the motion dismissing two of the four charges.
The trial is expected to end today.
Day One for the Deputy Cindy Benner Trial
Day One for the Deputy Cindy Benner Trial including Jury selection. Court video with clear audio