June 10, 2017 by Tim Brown
Readers were angry when I reported that the prosecution in the Bundy Ranch case claimed that they could hold defendants for five years in jail before it would even be considered a violation of the protections of the Fifth Amendment that apply to rendering a speedy trial to an accused person. If that made you angry, I wonder what people think about an Alabama man who has been charged with murder but held in jail without a trial for a decade!
Kharon Davis was arrested in June 2007 for the murder of Pete Reaves at an apartment complex in Dothan, Alabama. He was arrested along with two other men in the shooting. He has never been given a trial.
On Tuesday, Houston County Circuit Judge Kevin Moulton heard arguments for dismissing the case because Davis was unfairly prejudiced by a potential conflict of interest…
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