The attorney for accused killer Jim Lynn claims in pre-trial motions that he wasn’t allowed to see his client after Lynn was arrested last July in the murder of his wife, Tonya Lynn.
The motion argues that due to the emotional stress, Lynn lacked the mental capacity to intelligently assert his right to counsel, or, in the alternative, was not properly Mirandized and did not make a knowing, intelligent and voluntary waiver of his rights as required by law.
Meanwhile, plans are moving forward to begin Lynn’s trial next month. Jury selection is slated to begin March 12 at 8:30 a.m. at the Barrow County Courthouse.
For the full story, see the Feb. 15 issue of the Barrow Journal.