Not Guilty Plea Offered In E-Mail Suicide Case
Christopher Baron, a former employee of Jefferson, Wisc.’s Emergency Medical Services, is facing charges of identity theft, defamation of character, computer violations and resisting arrest. He could face up to nine years, nine months in prison and a $60,000 fine if convicted of all charges, the Associated Press reported.
A jury trial is set for early February.
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