With a potentially final status hearing before an Illinois judge now scheduled for December, state Rep. Chris Bates says that his legal woes stemming from a 2012 court order are nearing an end.
At least some of the legal troubles hanging over the head of Vermont Democratic state Rep. Chris Bates appear to have lifted in the past week.
With a warrant out for his arrest and a need to comply with a 2012 Illinois court order related to a DUI, Vermont state Rep. Chris Bates appears to be in bigger legal trouble than he has been willing to admit publicly.
The 2018 Republican candidate for State House from Bennington believes he could win despite being “in limbo” over a hunting-related lawsuit brought by the state.
A 2018 Republican candidate for the Vermont House has taken an unusual step in a hunting-related lawsuit brought against him by the state — he wants the court to deny the state’s recent motion to dismiss the case.
State Rep. Chris Bates, D-Bennington, issued a statement Friday in reaction to the release of information “involving certain indiscretions in my past, dating back, in some instances, 40 years.”