Judge strikes Mabrys' defenses

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Couple given 21 days to file more detailed claims

By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

The city of Vandalia’s court case against a couple operating a restaurant on Vandalia Lake will continue for at least six more weeks.
That’s because a judge last week gave Steve and Latisha Mabry 21 days to file amended arguments in the case, and gave the city 21 days to file a response to those arguments.
At a hearing last Thursday afternoon, Judge Douglas Jarman heard arguments on the city’s motion to strike the Mabrys’ answers to the city’s request for a declaratory judgment.

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