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Ogilvie Prelim Won’t Happen Until July

Ogilvie Prelim Won’t Happen Until July

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The preliminary hearing of a onetime Greene County school teacher accused of assaulting the wife of Delegate David Toscano won’t happen until the middle of summer. The case against 35-year-old Claire Kennedy Ogilvie (pictured) has been continued until Thursday, July 17th. A prosecutor and a defense attorney made a joint request for a psychiatric evaluation of Ogilvie (pictured). She was arrested following a February 24th incident at the Charlottesville home of Nancy Tramontin and Tramontin’s husband, Delegate David Toscano.

 

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