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Maidens in county jail until September murder trial

Randolph Maidens, 42, originally scheduled to be in Williamson County Circuit Court Wednesday morning on a bond revocation hearing, turned himself in to authorities today and is in the county jail where he will remain until his September trial.
 
Maidens, accused of murdering his wife, Brentwood orthodontist Rachel Maidens, 34, in April 2013, was arrested December 10 in Bellevue for public intoxication.
 
This arrest prompted District Attorney Kim Helper to file a motion for bond revocation in his case.
 
With representation from attorney David Raybin, of Nashville, Maidens entered into 
an agreed order, which was signed by Circuit Court Judge Tim Easter earlier today.
 
"Since he was arrested for a new crime [in December but later released] and after reviewing the law, we decided to surrender him this morning," said Raybin
 
"Revoking the bond should shave no impact on trial preparation." Raybin shared that both legal parties are complying with the judge's scheduling order.
 

Posted on: 1/7/2014

 
 

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