Avery plea is “not guilty” to charges of “Criminal Mischief”

 

Avery went before County Court at Law Judge, Frank Follis, on Friday April 16, 2004 and was asked all the same questions he was asked on March 16, 2004. This time Avery answered “innocent” of the charge of a Class A Misdemeanor in the amount of $678 for the breaking of a window at the office of GBRA in Seguin, Texas.

 

Avery also said that he would represent himself in the Criminal Prosecution conducted by the County Attorney, Elizabeth Murray Kolb, for the state of Texas based upon complaint made by Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA). He also signed a waiver of representation by an attorney.

 

Judge Frank Follis also noticed that Avery had filed a motion to Correct the Complaint and Permanently Set Aside the Information (dismiss) the criminal prosecution. The Judge told Avery to serve that motion on the County Attorney at least 7 days before the hearing.

 

The hearing on Avery’s Motion to Permanently Set Aside the Information was set for Tuesday May 25, 2004 at 1:30 PM.