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Jury Threat Draws Time and Probation
Thursday, 15 May 2014

May 15--  A man who threatened a Toombs County jury for finding his son guilty in an armed robbery is going to spend more time in jail and a long time on probation.

ImageCornelius Jackson of Lyons has been in jail since the courtroom incident last September.  

Toombs County Superior Court Judge Kathy Palmer sentenced Jackson to serve an additional 170 to 180 days in a probation detention center and 20 years on probation. 

 
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