April 27, 2022 |

Carbon County GOP Chairman Joey Correnti represented himself in Circuit Court earlier this month as the defendant in the ongoing reckless endangering case against him for discharging a firearm into the air in Saratoga. He filed a motion to dismiss the case, and Judge Susan Stipe heard arguments on April 5th. Cali O’Hare was in the courtroom and filed this update.

Photo courtesy of Joey Correnti.



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