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WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) -

The voyeurism trial of a former Boonville Middle School teacher is expected to resume next month in Warrick County. 

On Monday, Judge David O. Kelley denied the motion from the defense to dismiss the charges against Andrew Emmons.
 
Emmons is accused of hiding a camera in the school and is facing 42 felony counts, including voyeurism and child exploitation.  

In February, the defense attorney for Emmons wanted the charges against his client dismissed and the prosecutors sanctioned.

Emmons' trial was continued in January after a judge ruled the state and its prosecutor, Joann Krantz, failed to comply with his order to provide exact duplicates of evidence to the defense.

The judge continued the trial that began in January. The jury trial is now set to resume April 8.

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