On March 28, 2016 Will Williams was found GUILTY at trial in the Pocahontas County WV Magistrate Court in Marlinton on the charge of Criminal Battery of a former female National Alliance employee last year. This will come as no surprise to readers of this website.
It will be remembered that Williams was charged with and arrested for the assault and choking of a female National Alliance employee, who was rescued by a male employee pulling Williams off her.
Sentencing for Williams will happen at a hearing on April 25. This same day Williams is scheduled to stand trial for a second time in the same court for the violation of a court issued Personal Safety Order taken out against him by the former male employee who witnessed and intervened to rescue the woman Williams attacked.
Sentencing for the Criminal Battery could potentially involve up to a 1 year prison sentence and / or fine. One can only assume that his penalty will be increased if he should be found guilty for the violation of court protection orders in just a few weeks. Check back with this website for information as it develops.
It is our understanding that Williams was also processed served at the courthouse with paperwork for yet another lawsuit taken out against him for both personal and corporate damages by the parties involved in the two cases referred to here.
And if that weren’t enough, Will Williams, Jayne Cartwright and their business partner Erich Gliebe and their respective attorneys will be seeing NARRG plaintiffs and attorney yet again at a hearing that will probably be scheduled for early summer.
With our amended complaint and argumentation of it as the judge has allowed, we hope to overcome the oppositions demurrer which will then provide the gateway to bring Gliebe, Cartwright and Williams to trial for the damage they have done to the corporation.
With the evidence we have amassed through subpoenaed financial documents and the thorough forensic accounting analysis that is now complete; we have more than enough to show the court that the present and prior management are guilty of crippling the corporation through malfeasance and misfeasance.
We know more about the financial picture of the corporation than the prior and present management does. We fully expect their removal and hopefully more.
A sentencing hearing was held today in West Virginia for Will Williams for his March 28th conviction of assault & battery of a woman employee.
A published on-line report from Dr. Bob DeMarais indicates that Will Williams was handed down a sentence of 6 months of jail time. Williams is reported to plan an appeal of the case. Williams had to post a $2,000 bond for release and has to file an appeal within 20 days.
Dr. DeMarais relates that Williams came prepared, scoffing at the amount of the bond, bragging to the Magistrate that he had $4,000 in his pocket.
DeMarais also reports that Williams is banned from the state of West Virginia until the case is settled.
In other news of note another trial was held for Williams today for violating a protective safety order for another former employee. Williams was able to walk away from that one.