Crime Solicitor files argument against Will Lewis attorney's request for bond, records show

00:30  09 november  2019
00:30  09 november  2019 Source:   wyff4.com

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16th Circuit Solicitor Kevin Brackett has responded to a request by convicted Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis' attorney for bond.

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Lewis was sentenced to one year in prison after a jury found him guilty of misconduct of a public officer.

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Lewis' attorney has filed an appeal and asked for bond in the meantime.

Brackett filed a request that the court deny the motion.

The request said there is no entitlement to bond on appeal.

It also cited Nichols. v Patterson, which said a court "should not allow bail where the record shows that the errors assigned are frivolous or the appeal taken merely for delay, or where there is no reasonable ground or probable cause for the appeal."

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It said the conviction "reflects the careful and nuanced consideration given by the jury to the facts in light of the charge on the law."

Lewis remains in a North Carolina facility.

John Bull, the North Carolina Department of Safety spokesman, confirms Lewis is in custody in a facility “suitable to his background and the length of his sentence.”


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