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Accused killer due in court Thursday

The prosecution of alleged killer Jamarris Latuan Williams will get jumpstarted Thursday, Jan. 9 when he appears in Lamar superior court before Judge Tommy Wilson. UPDATE: Williams was transported from the jail to the courthouse but did not appear in court. His case is to be tried in Monroe County before Judge Bill Fears and Judge Wilson was on the bench today. Williams is charged with malice murder, three counts felony murder, armed robbery, two counts aggravated assault and hijacking a motor vehicle. He allegedly summoned local cab company owner John Dixson, stabbed his victim and left him to die in a ravine off Yatesville-Forsyth Road in southeast Lamar County on Nov. 16, 2012. Williams’ case was due to go to trial last November but was derailed by personnel upheaval in the public defender’s office. Williams is scheduled for pretrial hearings.

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