No end in sight for Ethington hearing:  7/15/2014
The case against embattled county Personnel Officer Cassie Ethington will stretch into a second week with no end yet in sight and a half-filled jury box in the Schoharie County Courthouse.
The county's attorney called three witnesses last week in the first three days of the hearing against Ms. Ethington. The hearing has been adjourned until the evening of Tuesday, July 22. It is not known how many more days the hearing will last before a decision is rendered.
Ms. Ethington was suspended

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