There are yet more new developments with regard to the legal drama stemming from the train accident that killed a camera assistant during the filming of the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider. Deadline.com reports that a March 9, 2015, trial date has been scheduled in the manslaughter and criminal-trespass case that’s been brought against the four indicted filmmakers involved in the project.
According to an order issued by Judge Anthony Harrison of Georgia’s Wayne County Superior Court, pre-trial motions will be heard on February 12 and 13 of next year, with jury selection beginning on March 9. All discovery evidence must be entered into the court by December 10.
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