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Bond Reduction Denied for Kozik

Posted Monday, October 21, 2013at 4:27 PM

Updated Monday, October 21, 2013at 4:27 PM

FARMINGTON, MO (KDKZ-TV) The man accused of stabbing his stepfather to death in February was again denied a bond reduction.

Justin Kozik’s Public Defender, Susan DeGeorge, asked that he be released on his own recognizance or that his bond be reduced from the current amount of $1 million cash or surety to a “reasonable amount.”

Kozik has been charged with first-degree murder, and armed criminal action in connection with the February death of his stepfather, Steven Wells.

DeGeorge argued that the bond amount was excessive and he is not a flight risk. She said the current bond is greatly beyond Kozik’s financial ability and higher than other bonds normally set of this type.

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