When asked after court about Young’s assertions that Reams’ public comments are having a chilling effect on the investigation, Ramsdell replied, “I don’t know how one intimidates witnesses by speaking to the media.”
McNamara said he would rule as soon as possible.
Both sides are due back in court Thursday on Reams’ motion for reinstatement. It is likely prosecutors will reveal addition details about their investigation at that hearing.
“For the first time, we’ll find out specifically what my client is charged with,” Ramsdell told McNamara. “That’s not due process.”