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Judge grants motion for non-jury trial in bank robbery

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Updated: 6/07/2013 1:29 pm
OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) -- A federal judge has granted a request to hold a non-jury trial for a man charged with the 2010 robbery of an Oxford bank.

Judge Mike Mills signed the order granting the motion filed by the attorney for Perry E. Moseley, 44, of Marks.

Moseley was arrested shortly after the robbery of the Mississippi Federal Credit Union on Jackson Avenue on June 30, 2010.

He faces a federal indictment of bank robbery by force.
 
Moseley's attorney filed previous motions with the court stating his client has a history of mental issues and treatment,

He plans to use the information to defend his client.

He also claims Moseley was incapable of knowing what was right or wrong the afternoon he robbed the bank.

Moseley has undergone psychiatric evaluations while in federal custody, but those reports are sealed.

The trial was orginally scheduled to start Monday, but Judge Mills has set a June 20 trial date.

In a previous ruling, Mills said he expected the trial to last two days.
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