Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Judge Denies City Motion for New Trial in Rollings Barrio Viejo Case

Posted By on Tue, May 13, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Last week's cover story on the legal dispute between the Rollings family and the City of Tucson on the damage caused by leaky water mains in the Barrio Viejo historic district mentioned that the City of Tucson had filed a motion for a new trail.

Yesterday, Pima County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Bergin denied the City of Tucson's motion for new trial. Pretty sure this isn't the end. Donald Rollings and his attorney, Thabet Khalidi said they expect more briefings and court visits ahead.

Weekly World Central will keep you posted.

Bergin's ruling:

rollings_ruling.PDF

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