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Clinton County Civil and Criminal Court of Common Pleas Schedule April 26-30

LOCK HAVEN — The following schedule is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and is subject to change depending on the needs of the court system. Juvenile criminal procedures are generally closed to the public and aren’t listed. Domestic Relations hearings are also restricted, and aren’t listed.

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ABBREVIATION KEY:

CR denotes criminal procedures, CV civil procedures.

Names listed first are the names of the defendants, and names near the end of each designation with the “/” between are the last names of the attorneys involved in the cases.

CPM is for hearings before Judge Craig Miller. MFS is for hearings before Judge Michael Salisbury. DA stands for District Attorney, and PD for public defender. ARD is a first-offender probation program. Revo stands for revocation hearings of different types. PWV is probation without verdict.

Monday, May 3

8:30 a.m.

MFS-David Allen Styers/Joshua Andrew Hanley, CR, Consolidation, DA/Johnson/Ryan

CPM-Nevin Christopher Dellinger, CR, ARD Revo., DA/Lingle (w/Call of List case)

MFS-Rickey Lynn Duck, III, CR-Sentencing, DA/Johnson (ZOOM)

1 p.m.

CPM-Joseph Michael Durren, CR, Call of List, DA/Ryan

CPM-Joseph Michael Durren, CR, Prob. Revo., DA/Ryan (w/Call of List case)

1:30 p.m.

POLYCOM-Megan Joy Byrnes, CR, Parole/Prob. Revo., DA/Ryan (Collin)

3 p.m.

CPM-Donovan G. Lecky, CR, Call of the List, DA/Joe Amendola, POLYCOM Lancaster county prison

4 p.m.

CPM-Kevin Robert Campbell, CR, Sentencing, DA/Lingle

Tuesday, May 4

8:30 a.m.

Central Court-Ct. Rm. #3 w/DA & PDs

Miscellaneous cases

Wednesday, May 5

8:30 a.m.

Custody cases

Thursday, May 6

Miscellaneous cases

Friday, May 7

8:30 a.m.

CPM-Brittney Michelle Keller, CR, NJT, DA/Ryan

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