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CrimeWatch: Manchester man, 27, arraigned on domestic violence, other charges
Chickering wanted to plead to all 14 charges, saying: "I'd rather work out something with probation." But the judge told him to apply for a lawyer and a resolution might be possible at the bail revocation hearing set for this morning.
A city man accused of violating a domestic violence protective order insisted Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division that Family Court ordered him to contact the woman.
Bolduc told Judge William Lyons that someone at Family Court told him he had to provide certain information to the woman. Bolduc said his grandmother was present when he was told to do so and was prepared to testify.
Favreau requested $5,000 cash/surety bail, but Lyons set bail at $3,000 cash/surety, with conditions that bar contact with the woman who took out the order and bar Bolduc from a specific College Avenue address.
Amanda Brown, 22, of 50 English Village Road, was arraigned Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on assault, stalking and violation of bail conditions.
Brown, who was charged with stalking and violation of bail conditions July 3, was also charged with stalking, simple assault (3 counts), and violation of bail conditions Wednesday, so she was ordered held pending a bail revocation hearing Friday morning.
Trial on all charges was set for Aug. 15.
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Following his arraignment Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on charges of false imprisonment and simple assault, Josiah Watts, 34, of 374 Central St., had a question for Judge William Lyons.
Watts' question to the judge was what to do about the fact that he has court dates at the same time in Manchester and Merrimack. Lyons said judges cannot give legal advice, but suggested Watts talk to his lawyer.
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