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Posted: Wednesday, 12 March 2014 4:40PM

Choat Murder Case Could See Resolution

Lawyers working on the Harvey Choat murder case hope to have a resolution later this year. Seth Hooks appeared in Trigg Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon for a pretrial hearing in the murder case. Commonwealth's Attorney G.L. Ovey told Trigg Circuit Judge Woody Woodall that he and defense attorney Julie Mudd were discussing the case for a possible resolution.

Judge Woodall set another pretrial date for June 11th at 1pm. Hooks is accused of killing Harvey Choat at his Rockcastle Road home in 2008.

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