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Neglect of elderly or disabled adult case to be dismissed



The criminal case against an Augusta woman arrested after the disabled man she was paid to take care was found crawling on the ground naked on a December night is to be dismissed.

The announcement of dismissal of the charge of neglect of an elderly or disabled adult was made Monday, March 7 in R...

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  1. That does seem a little strange, BUT look at the fact that it was the 28th time they had called this case to trial. Not what you would call a ‘speedy trial’ and 4+ years since the alleged crime. There is probably more to the story that would explain the dismissal more.

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