“Mr. Sandman” Waives Preliminary Hearing, Sexual Abuse Case Headed Straight to Grand Jury

David Justice NewAn attorney for David “Mr. Sandman” Justice submitted a waiver for the preliminary hearing for his sexual abuse case. Attorney Richard Matthews filed the waiver in a Blount Court courtroom ahead of the preliminary hearing originally scheduled for Wednesday, September 9 at 9:00 am.

Judge Sherry Burns granted the motion to waive the hearing.

Justice’s case in Blount County will now go directly to the Grand Jury. Justice faces 20 counts of sexual abuse of child under 12 and 1 count of first-degree sodomy in Blount County. He is also facing 2 counts of sexual abuse of child under 12 in Montgomery.

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