Cases Of Men Charged With Shooting Charleston Bouncer Bound Over To Grand Jury
A magistrate refused to lower the bond for two men charged with shooting a Charleston bouncer a dozen times last month and bound their cases over to a grand jury.
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#1 May 6, 2014
Just a shame. Its unconstitutional. That's what a bond is for. Not to have it so high you can't achieve it. Just a shame there's no true justice/evidence but yet no reduction in bond in Charleston. Judges we have to do better.
#2 May 6, 2014
Even if they r a danger to the community?
#3 May 11, 2014
I agree. He should get a lower bond. He should even beat the case. That way street justice can prevail because his charges are BS. That's attempted murder. 12 shots. Come on now.
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