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Brentwood Police clarify court ruling in Maidens case

Williamson County Circuit Civil Court Judge Robbie Beal rendered a judgment on Monday, July 22, that would allow Randolph Maidens to live in the residence at 64 Governors Way, Brentwood, Tenn., where his wife Rachael Maidens was found murdered.

Despite the ruling an order was already in place in the Circuit Criminal Court that was agreed upon by the Williamson County District Attorney’s Office and Maidens’ defense counsel. That order restricts Maidens’ ability to live at the residence.

The primary order, approved by Judge Martin in the Circuit Criminal Court, will remain in place.  Maidens will not be allowed back at the Governor’s Club residence unless he follows the agreed upon restrictions set forth in Criminal Court. Those restrictions include constant GPS tracking, notification to the Brentwood Police Department prior to visiting and after leaving the residence, and being accompanied by legal counsel at all times while at the residence.

Maidens is awaiting trial, standing accused of killing his wife in April.

Posted on: 7/24/2013

 
 

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