Battery case against Robyn Hood, others in court Wednesday
A battery suit filed two years ago against defendants including one named Robyn Hood is set for a status update or dismissal Wednesday.
Madison County Chief Judge Ann Callis entered an order April 1 noting the lack of activity in the suit filed by plaintiff Sandra Cherry.
The case management conference or dismissal hearing is set for 9 a.m. May 25.
Cherry is suing Robyn Hood, Desiree Bradshaw and Isaiah Bradshaw on her own behalf and as mother of Chris Young.
Cherry claims that Hood provided "copious quantities" of alcohol at a party she threw on June 14, 2009 at her Collinsville home to the Bradshaws who were minors at the time of the incident. Cherry claims that the minors consumed alcohol and battered her son.
Cherry claims that Hood did nothing to ensure his safety.
She seeks damages in excess of $100,000.
None of the defendants have entered answers in the suit nor have any attorneys appeared on their behalves.
The plaintiff has not filed any pleadings seeking a default judgment in the suit to date either.
Thomas Maag represents Cherry.
The case is Madison case number 09-L-652.