By Sandy Schroth

Burglary defendant filess pleas in abatement


September 2, 2021

A Norfolk woman, who was bound over to Antelope County district court on a felony burglary charge is claiming there was not enough evidence to support the burglary charge.

Debra F. Jordan was scheduled to face the Honorable Mark Johnson for arraignment on charges of burglary and theft by unlawful taking in the Antelope County district courtroom in Neligh last Wednesday, Aug. 25. Jordan appeared with her court-appointed attorney Patrick Carney of Norfolk.

A plea in abatement was filed by Carney on Jordan’s behalf, claiming a “defect in the record,” that evidence offered and received by...

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