Mann, 61, of Baden will head to trial in the spring on felony charges of threatening harm to influence the judicial process and witness intimidation, as well as a summary charge of harassment and retaliation and obstruction of justice — both misdemeanors.
One felony charge of insurance fraud was withdrawn, along with a misdemeanor count of false swearing. A judge dismissed a charge of felony theft by deception and a misdemeanor charge of official oppression.
Mann will be formally arraigned on the remaining charges Nov. 28. A trial date is set for March 4. His attorney, Stephen Colafella, could not immediately be reached for comment.
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