Local contractor will remain free as court hearings continue over whether he violated probation

A local contractor will remain free as his court hearings continue over whether he violated probation in previous DWI cases.

A visiting judge today held another hearing today for Chad Wilson on 2 counts of violating his probation. No decision was made and another hearing is set for January 16.

Wilson won his request in October to be released on bond until a ruling is made.
The original judge in this case, 89th District Judge Charles Barnard, recused himself from the case.

Last year judge  Barnard declined to revoke Wilson's probation against the District Attorney's advice. Prosecutors say in his last DWI arrest he was swerving all over the road and had pieces of a tree in his bumper.  

They said Wilson posed a threat to the community. But one of his attorneys, Robert Estrada says Wilson has been clean with no violations in more than three years. 

a local contractor will remain free as his court hearings continue over whether he violated probation 


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