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Recordings in Bailey trial allowed into evidence


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Recordings of meetings between suspended Hope Town Marshal Donald Randy Bailey and a deputy prosecutor can be used in Bailey's upcoming trial, Judge Stephen Heimann has ruled.

Bailey, 50, is accused of making false accusations that led to the 2012 arrest of Hope resident Anthony Paul.

Bailey was arrested on charges of Class D felony misconduct and Class B misdemeanor false informing from an exchange of words he had with Paul outside the marshal’s home in May 2012, according to court affidavits.

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