A gag order has been issued in the ongoing case of Kevin Ray Underwood who murdered 10-year-old Jamie Rose Bolin…
A McClain County District Judge has ordered a gag order be put in place in the case against Kevin Ray Underwood.
Underwood is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jamie Rose Bolin.
Special Judge Gary Barger met with attorney’s from both the defense and prosecution Monday and ordered them to refrain from making any statements regarding the case.
In his order, the judge stated that both parties be prohibited from discussing evidence, potential evidence, anticipated evidence, opinions on evidence already obtained or evidence obtained in the future.
The judge will allow all involved to discuss general information regarding procedure, hearing dates, and anticipated trial dates.
The preliminary hearing for Underwood has not been set. Attorneys from both sides will meet on May 3, 2006, for a preliminary hearing conference, that’s when a preliminary hearing date will be set.