The case against former ‘Bachelor’ Chris Soules will head to trial. On Friday, Judge Andrea Dryer denied the motion from Soules’ attorneys to have his case thrown out. His attorneys had previously argued that the laws he is accused of violating are unconstitutionally vague and violated his constitutional rights.
In April, Soules was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a deadly crash after an accident that resulted in the death of farmer Kenny Mosher.
Soules made this more than 5-minute-long 911 call after the collision, and it appears he tried checking the tractor driver’s pulse after the collision, before leaving the scene. He was arrested later at his home, and authorities said that alcoholic beverages and containers had been found in the vehicle.
The trial was supposed to begin Jan. 18, however a new start date will be determined by both parties later.
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