Kerry Sutton, left, attorney for Allen Artis, second from left, said her client plans to plead not guilty and ‘clear his name.’
Kerry Sutton, left, attorney for Allen Artis, second from left, said her client plans to plead not guilty and ‘clear his name.’ Staff News & Observer file photo
Kerry Sutton, left, attorney for Allen Artis, second from left, said her client plans to plead not guilty and ‘clear his name.’ Staff News & Observer file photo

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