FOND DU LAC, Wisc. (WOOD/WLUK) - The man accused of crashing his car into a group of motorcyclists in Wisconsin, killing two Muskegon-area men, may not go to trial.
Clinton Lovelace was scheduled for a 'plea hearing' in Fond du Lac County court Thursday, according to WOOD TV8's Green Bay sister station WLUK. That often means a plea agreement has been reached and that the defendant will plead guilty or no contest in order to avoid trial.
Lovelace initially pleaded not guilty and is currently scheduled to go to trial Oct. 9 for two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle.
He's accused of crashing into 12 West Michigan motorcyclists in May 2012, killing Dan Winsemius and Doug Yonkers.
A professor who participated in the anti-apartheid movement said Nelson Mandela taught the importance of struggle and sacrifice.
Global civil rights icon Nelson Mandela, whose legacy is ending South African apartheid, has died.
The case of a man accused of the involuntary manslaughter of three children who died in a February apartment fire is ready to go to a jury.