By David Knopf/Richmond News
The two attorneys in the Judge G.W. Dunn monument dispute agreed last week to ask for second continuance in a case that’s now more than two years old.
The case to resolve a dispute over a homeowner’s court-approved relocation of the prominent 19th Century judge’s 6,900-pound monument to a back fence had been scheduled for a hearing Friday.
The continuance, approved by Associate Circuit Judge James Thompson, now sets the case for review at 10 a.m. April 25. It previously was scheduled for early January, but attorneys on both sides requested – as they did last week – more time, presumably to review the results of an underground radar study.