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Madison police chief appeals contempt of court charge

Madison police chief appeals contempt of court charge. (Source: WAFF) Madison police chief appeals contempt of court charge. (Source: WAFF)
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Madison Police Chief Larry Muncey has filed notice that he will appeal a contempt of court charge.

The one-page filing shows Muncey will appeal the denial of his motion for the judge to recuse herself from the case, as well as the finding of contempt and the sentence.

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Muncey was found to be in contempt for his actions during the civil rights trial of officer Eric Parker.

He is currently on paid leave as Madison's chief after the judge held him in contempt.

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