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Springer sentencing continued to April 29

District Judge Michael Gibbons continued sentencing to April 29 for David Springer who faces up to 21 years in prison for stalking his ex-girlfriend, and threatening a deputy with a knife. Springer, who has been in Douglas County Jail for one year, was to be sentenced Monday, but the judge granted the continuance after the defendant’s court-appointed attorney withdrew following complaints from Springer. Gibbons replaced Matt Ence with attorney Jamie Henry. In requesting a new lawyer, Springer said he didn’t feel he’d received fair representation. Ence called Springer’s accusations “outrageous, false and malicious,” but did not elaborate on specifics. In …

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