Lawyer Discusses Dismissal of Charges

By: Anna-Lysa Gayle Email
By: Anna-Lysa Gayle Email

HARRISONBURG -- In the case of Colin Patrick Small who was charged with voter fraud and obstruction of justice, those charges have been dismissed.

His attorney denies allegations that his client was trying to disenfranchise a particular group of voters.

"There was nothing that demonstrated that Colin was intending to disenfranchise anybody. There was no greater conspiracy that Colin was a part of. I think the evidence showed that all the votes belongs to republican voters or conservative voters," said Justin Corder, who is one of Small's attorneys.

Corder says that because the evidence shows that the bag of voter registration forms Colin threw out were mostly that of Republicans, that proves he did not have ill intentions because those are the voters he would have wanted to register.


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