Judge finds no probable cause in Williams case
A specially appointed judge has determined no probable cause exists to have a grand jury consider sexual harassment charges against a Dallas County commissioner.
The order from Judge Don McMillan of Perry County was made public minutes ago.
More than a week ago, the judge heard nearly three hours of testimony from six witnesses in a case against Commissioner Curtis Williams.
Williams was accused of sexually harassing Lee Cleveland, 24, a former student at Southside High School. Williams had maintained his innocence.
More on this story in Wednesday’s print edition of The Selma Times-Journal.