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Milliard appeals for bail reduction

October 1, 2012

RIDGWAY – A Ridgway man incarcerated since July 24 on arson and related charges, as well as charges of attempted murder and assault, was in Elk County Court Monday appealing for a reduction in bail so that he may be released from jail and return home while awaiting trial.
Francis Anthony Milliard, 54, of 76 Long Level Rd., Ridgway, waived arraignment and entered not guilty pleas Monday in five separate cases against him, including a 2010 Ridgway arson, a 2008 Johnsonburg arson, the assault of a Ridgway man, firearms possession by a convicted felon, and a drug offense.
Milliard's bail for the two arson and attempted murder cases totals $400,000 cash and his attorney Michael R. Hadley is seeking to have the amount reduced in each of the three cases to $50,000 and the type of bail changed from cash to secured by real property.

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