Original felony charges against former Michigan state senator Virgil Smith reinstated
Smith facing criminal charges after shooting incident involving ex-wife
DETROIT – Wayne County Circuit Judge Lawrence Talon on Tuesday granted a motion to set aside former state Sen. Virgil Smith's plea to malicious destruction of property and set a $1,000 personal bond while ordering he have no contact with the complainant.
Smith entered into a 2016 plea agreement after a shooting incident involving his ex-wife, Anistia Thomas.
The original felony malicious destruction of property, assault and firearm charges, and a misdemeanor domestic violence count were reinstated.
The final conference is scheduled for Dec. 14 and the jury trial will take place on March 4, both at 8:30 a.m.
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