CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a choose’s choice to disclaim bail for a Massachusetts State Police sergeant charged with assaulting his girlfriend.
Bryan Erickson, 39, of Groveland, Massachusetts, is charged with second-degree and easy assault, obstructing report of a criminal offense; disobeying an officer; felony trespass; and reckless operation. Erickson pleaded not responsible. He’s been suspended from work and awaits trial, which is scheduled for November.
A choose dominated in February that the file “exhibits a defendant who needed to manage the actions and manipulate the feelings of the alleged sufferer.” He dominated that Erickson is a hazard and that even supervised launch wouldn’t be acceptable.
Erickson disputed the choose’s discovering that he would pose a security threat if launched. His lawyer argued the choose was mistaken to exclude exculpatory proof, thought-about Erickson’s file of army and legislation enforcement service in figuring out Erickson’s dangerousness, and relied on disputed proof that Erickson was in a high-speed automotive chase with police in Exeter, New Hampshire.
The supreme courtroom concluded that Erickson did not present the choose’s findings must be reversed.
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