Lawyer withdraws in Kenneth Berry case

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Couple’s arraignment postponed until Jan. 19

By Vicky Gits

The lawyer for Kenneth G. Berry, the Evergreen man accused of securities fraud, has withdrawn from the case, forcing the arraignment of Berry and his wife to be postponed another month.

District Judge Tamara Russell granted attorney John Tinder’s request to withdraw after he appeared with his client, Ken Berry, for an arraignment in Jefferson County District Court on Dec. 21.

In an arraignment, either the parties are formally advised of the charges against them and a trial date is set or a plea may be entered.

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