City of LaFollette Vice Mayor Joe Bolinger, who is up for re-election next month, was in court this morning.

His attorney, James Bell, was hoping to see the charges against his client dismissed.

In June, Bolinger, Jennifer Brown and Jimmie Ivey were charged with a myriad of crimes revolving around food stamp fraud and theft. Since that time, the case has been delayed at least twice.

In court on Monday morning, Bolinger’s case was rescheduled for Monday, December 17, 2018.  There was not a big discussion – just an agreement by all to move to that date.

CLICK HERE to see a related previous story.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED-10/15/2018-9:40AM)

4 Replies to “Bolinger’s case is reset again”

  1. That’s how it goes in Campbell County! He’s not paying big bucks for that attorney for nothing! He knew what was going on! Watch and see the charges dropped to a misdemeanor and fines. Why would anyone vote for him to serve on city council again!!!!

  2. I was told if you commit a crime in Campbell County you most likely get away with it. Slap on the hand and a fine.. I hope people wake up and don’t vote for this thief.

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