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Crime Former Sheriff Will Lewis granted bond, not allowed to leave state

20:15  12 november  2019
20:15  12 november  2019 Source:   greenvilleonline.com

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Former Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis was granted an appeal bond Tuesday afternoon in Laurens County.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Suspended Sheriff Will Lewis enters the Greenville County Courthouse courtroom Friday. Judge G. Thomas Cooper sentenced him to 1 year in prison on day 5 of the misconduct trial, Oct. 25, 2019. He was convicted on one count of misconduct the day before.© Ken Ruinard / staff Suspended Sheriff Will Lewis enters the Greenville County Courthouse courtroom Friday. Judge G. Thomas Cooper sentenced him to 1 year in prison on day 5 of the misconduct trial, Oct. 25, 2019. He was convicted on one count of misconduct the day before.

Judge G. Thomas Cooper said Lewis isn't a danger to the community or a flight risk. Lewis is not allowed to leave the state. Cooper set the bond at $50,000.

Lewis was serving a one year prison sentence after he was convicted Oct. 25 of misconduct of a public officer. Judge Cooper sentenced Lewis to the maximum penalty.

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He was found not guilty of misconduct in office. His lawyer, Rauch Wise, filed an appeal to the conviction.

He was removed from office following his conviction.

Haley Walters covers public safety, crime and breaking news. Email her at hwalters@gannett.com and follow her on Twitter @_haleywalters

This article originally appeared on The Greenville News: Former Sheriff Will Lewis granted bond, not allowed to leave state

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