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Assemblyman Kolb’s case moves closer to trial, two hearing dates set in April

Assemblyman Brian Kolb’s DWI case is moving closer to trial.

On Thursday, before Penfield Judge James Mulley Jr., two hearings were confirmed for next month. There haven’t been any plea discussions yet, according to special prosecutor Todd Casella.

“I don’t think that he has any interest in pleas,” Casella said to the Finger Lakes Times.

A motion hearing was set for April 2nd, while a date for any additional hearings Mulley orders is set for April 27th.

Kolb was arrested on New Year’s Eve after his state-issued SUV went off the road near his home in Ontario County.

Meanwhile, Kolb’s attorney says recordings from a camera that the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office was unaware was recording provide a ‘strong defense’. Those recordings don’t indicate a person who is in an intoxicated condition.