For those who didn’t see my column in Sunday’s Roanoke Times, I wrote about Dargan Coggeshall’s mission to gain support — including financial support — to help his defense against a lawsuit.
Coggeshall is being sued for trespassing on the Jackson River while he was fishing a section of the river that, according to maps produced by the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, is open to fishing.
Because of space consideration I couldn’t get too deep into the background. But I covered the basics of the case in depth for this Roanoke Times story, which ran a year ago.
Does anyone care to predict how this will turn out?