By Sandy Schroth

Man accused of passing counterfeit bill waives attorney


February 14, 2024

A Petersburg man accused of passing a counterfeit $100 bill last fall doesn’t want a lawyer but wants his bond modified.

Thomas R. Miller, 54, had waived his right to counsel at his first court appearance last month and was denied a request for a bail refund.

Miller appeared in front of the Honorable Donna Taylor last Wednesday, Feb. 7, for further arraignment on a Class 2 misdemeanor, second-degree forgery, alleged Oct. 11, when he is accused of passing the bill at Elgin One Stop. He again waived his right to counsel. He entered a not guilty plea.

Special deputy county attorney Joe Hu...

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