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Waters remanded

A bail bondsman accused of violating probation was remanded into custody after a short hearing Friday afternoon. Kenneth Waters, 51, was quickly shuffled away in handcuffs after a quick hearing to remand him to the custody of the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office. The alleged violation was solicitation of prostitution in Sacramento. Waters was convicted in […]

Waters demurrer denied

A bail bondsman accused of violating his probation had his demurrer denied in a hearing Friday morning. After going over the history of the Kenneth Waters case, Judge Daniel B. Proud informed Waters’ attorney, Dan Karalash, that their demurrer, a type of motion to dismiss charges, was denied. The demurrer was regarding Waters’ alleged violation […]

Waters gets new VOP date

A bail bondsman accused of violating his probation received a new court date in a short hearing Friday morning. Defense attorney Daniel Karalash informed Judge Tim Buckley that they were still within the time limit of 30 days to appeal to the Third District Court of Appeals and that he had served a demurrer — […]

Waters waiting on appeal while facing possible probation violation

A bail bondsman is still waiting for information on his appeal regarding accepting sexual favors in lieu of half of a bail bond and was nearly remanded for a possible violation of probation in a hearing Friday morning. Daniel Karalash, attorney for Kenneth Waters, said the appeal had been sent to the 3rd District Court of […]

Waters imposition of sentencing put off to Sept.

The imposition of sentencing was continued in a Friday morning hearing for a bail bondsman found guilty of accepting sexual favors in lieu of half of a bail bond. Kenneth Waters appeared with his attorney, Daniel Karalash, for the short hearing. Karalash told Judge Daniel B. Proud that he felt it was inappropriate for the […]

Motion for new trial denied, Waters gets 120 days

A motion for a new trial was denied on April 12 in the case of a bail bondsman accepting sexual acts for half of a bail bond. Attorney Daniel Karalash filed a motion for a new trial on behalf of his client, bail bondsman Kenneth Waters, on five grounds that the original trial should be […]

Waters requests new attorney, retrial

At a judgement and sentencing hearing for Kenneth Waters Friday afternoon, new counsel and a new trial were requested. Although the hearing was meant to be Waters’ judgment and sentencing, nothing of the sort occurred. Instead, Daniel Karalash, representing an absent Waters, requested 45 days to file motions concerning him becoming Waters’ attorney. Deputy district […]

Waters found guilty of prostitution

Kenneth Waters, the bail bondsman accused of prostitution, was found guilty on Jan. 10 after his trial began the previous day, following testimony from his victim.

“I was just trying to make small talk,” the victim, identified only as Jane Doe, said of the conversation in the car after Waters bailed her out of jail. “Normal life stuff.”

Bail bondsman: Victim testifies against Waters

All evidence for the trial of a bail bondsman accused of trading sex for half of a bail bond was presented Wednesday. Deputy district attorney Trish Kelliher began her opening statement in the Kenneth Waters trial by telling the jury that this was not an ordinary prostitution case, that it did not involve a “streetwalker […]

Information on similar prior offense by Waters allowed for use in trial

A hearing for Kenneth Waters on Friday allowed for evidence of a misdemeanor the bail bondsman committed in 1995 to be allowed for use in court. Waters, who is accused of trading sexual acts for half of a bail bond, has a prior offense from 1995 in which he committed a crime similar to what […]

Waters trial pushed to new year

A hearing for Kenneth Waters led to his jury trial being rescheduled to after the new year. At the hearing, a readiness and settlement conference was scheduled for Dec. 21 at 8:30 a.m. in Department 2. Waters will stand trial beginning Jan. 8, 2013. Waters, a bail bondsman from Sacramento, is accused of trading half […]

Waters trial date confirmed

Richard Dudek appeared on behalf of bail bondsman Kenneth Waters for a readiness and settlement hearing for Waters’ Dec. 11 trial to confirm the date. Judge Daniel B. Proud confirmed that Waters is set for a three day trial starting Dec. 3 in Department 2 of the El Dorado County Superior Court. As deputy district […]

Waters appears in court after confusion over last hearing

Bail bondsman Kenneth Waters appeared in court for a short hearing Friday morning to confirm the trial date in his case and set another readiness and settlement hearing. Judge Daniel B. Proud, prosector Trish Kelliher and defense attorney Richard Dudek confirmed the trial start date of Dec. 11, 2012, with an estimated time of three […]

Waters fails to appear in court

Kenneth Waters, the bail bondsman accused of exchanging half of a bail bond for sexual favors from a client, failed to appear in court on Friday for a readiness and settlement conference. Waters and his attorney, Richard Dudek, were nowhere to be found in the downtown Placerville courthouse Friday morning. “As the court can see, […]

Bondsman Waters trial set for Dec. 11

Attorney Richard Dudek again appeared in court on behalf of his client, bail bondsman Kenneth Waters, for a short hearing Friday morning. Dudek and deputy district attorney Trish Kelliher agreed on a readiness and settlement conference hearing on Oct. 12 at 8:30 a.m., with a trial date of Dec. 11 at 8:30. The trial is […]

Waters gets new court date

Attorney Richard Dudek appeared in court on behalf of his client, bail bondsman Kenneth Waters, for a very short hearing Friday morning. Dudek and deputy district attorney Trish Kelliher appeared before El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Douglas C. Phimister just long enough to get a new hearing date and have the matter transferred to […]

‘Science day’ flows at Delta Stewardship Council

Delta Stewardship Council Chairman Randy Fiorini is fond is saying, “There is no silver bullet” when it comes to meeting the council’s co-equal goals of providing a more reliable water supply for California and protecting, restoring and enhancing the Delta ecosystem. At the council’s meeting on July 25, representatives of two independent science panels confirmed […]

Testimony reveals details of bail bondsman’s charges

A Sacramento bail bondsman was in hot water in the El Dorado County Superior Court Wednesday. After conferring with visiting Judge John C. Quinlen and trailing the matter to take care of a few short cases, the preliminary hearing for Kenneth Waters began. Waters is charged with an illegal bail transaction and soliciting prostitution. Prosecutor […]

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