Tysen Campbell’s trial date pushed to July 7
Tysen Campbell’s trial date was pushed to Monday, July 7, at the request of his defense attorney. The defense asked to postpone the trial on Monday, May 16, Campbell’s previous trial date, with no opposition from prosecution.
This is the third time Campbell’s trial date has been pushed back. Originally, his trial was set for Feb. 29 until it was moved to May 16, according to court documents.
Campbell first appeared in court on Dec. 1, 2015, after being charged with malicious harassment for threats directed at Western’s Associated Students President Belina Seare. Campbell was released after posting the $10,000 bail and awaits trial.
Campbell also had a status hearing set for June 29 where the defense and prosecuting attorney’s will have the opportunity to check in before going to trial.