Second Clint Webb Trial Tentatively Set For Aug. 17; He Is Charged With Assaulting a Sheriff’s Deputy
Clint Webb, who was convicted of attempted second-degree murder Friday, faces another trial in possibly two weeks, according to court records.
Webb, 42, is charged with causing bodily injury to a peace peace officer.
If convicted, he could face up to 10 years imprisonment.
This trial was separated from the trial last week in which Webb was convicted of attempted second-degree murder, two counts of aggravated assault, and one count of felony property destruction. The attempted second-degree murder conviction is punishable by 20 years to life imprisonment. The other felonies are punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment.
No sentencing date has been set.
The trial tentatively scheduled to being in Natrona County District Court on Aug. 17 concerns an alleged assault that occurred in October, according to court records.
On Oct. 30, Webb appeared in Natrona County Circuit Court. His defense attorneys filed a motion for a mental evaluation.
Webb strongly objected to Circuit Court Judge Brian Christensen, saying his attorneys weren't doing a good job defending him.
Christensen told Webb they were done and a deputy escorted him from the courtroom.
Outside the courtroom, Webb told the deputy "this is f---g b----t" and leaned into him, causing him to raise his hands to push Webb away. Webb then attempted to head-butt the deputy, according to court records.
After a struggle, they landed on the floor. Other deputies came to assist. The escorting deputy asked Webb why he did it. Webb first blamed the deputy for causing it, and then apologized.
The deputy was treated for minor injuries.