By Walter Geiger
After first denying it, Judge Tommy Wilson revisited the question of bond for accused killer Joshua James Cox and set that bond, for which Cox was statutorily eligible, at $5 million after a hearing Oct. 21 in Lamar superior court.
Public defender Doug Smith sought a reasonable bond, arguing the prosecution “does not want the facts of this case to come out.”
Public defender Doug Smith (right) said the prosecution does not want the facts of the case against Joshua James Cox (left) to come out. He is accused of killing Donald Terrell Clark July 14. (Photo: Walter Geiger)