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Judge refuses to dismiss charges against former Derry town administrator Anderson
Judge Lucinda Sadler has rejected a request by Anderson’s attorney, James Rosenberg, to dismiss the two misdemeanor charges against his client.
Anderson, 50, has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges of allegedly inviting a DirectTV salesman into his house on July 11 while in the nude and acting inappropriately.
“If it’s true that the court denied our motion, we look forward to the trial of this case, and we are confident in Mr. Anderson’s defense at trial,” Rosenberg said.
“We do not believe that that is the conduct of someone who was offended or alarmed,” Rosenberg said.
She had argued that the state statute isn’t overly broad or vague and that Anderson had crossed a line.
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