State Rep. Aaron Coleman is at risk of not being eligible for diversion for a domestic battery case in Johnson County after he was later arrested for reportedly driving under the influence in Douglas County.
Court officials said Coleman would not be eligible for diversion after a warrant was issued revoking his bond in the Johnson County case following his arrest for reportedly driving under the influence on Interstate 70 on Nov. 27.
Coleman’s attorney, David Bell, asked Judge James Phelan for more time to make Coleman’s case for diversion.
He said as far as he knew, the . . .