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“It’s my position, the client’s position and the family’s position that this was a horrible, tragic accident,” Cowan told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the days after the shooting. “I don’t think the court would’ve granted a bond if the court thought it was anything more than an accident.”
Judge Clarence Seeliger granted Dashonn Hayes a bond of $50,000 in January, and he’s been out of jail since.
He has an arrangement scheduled for Oct. 2.
On the single charge, he faces between one and 10 years.
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