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Jeff Hardy court case given another continuance

By : WrestlingDotCom News Posted on

According to a report on, the trial for Jeff Hardy’s September 2009 drug possession arrest has once again been granted a continuance. The reason for the continuance was the defense was trying to contact the county’s Sentencing Services Program, which determines whether a case should just have rehab instead of jail time. They didn’t get in contact with them so a continuance was given.

The next trial will be held on June 27. For more information on this story click here.

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