Mosley on track for June 10 trial in Auburn home robbery case

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Posted: Thursday, May 9, 2013 9:59 am

The case against Dakota Mosley, a former Auburn University football player charged with the armed robbery of a local residence two years ago, is scheduled to go to trial during the next trial term set to begin June 10.

During a status conference Thursday, Lee County Circuit Judge Chris Hughes said the state and defense would likely have mental records from Dr. Glen King and Clinical and Forensic Psychologists P.C. of Montgomery by Friday. Mosley’s attorney, Davis Whittelsey, had previously filed a motion to acquire these records.

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