Doll enters not guilty plea
Scott Doll was arraigned in Genesee County Court Tuesday and entered a plea of not guilty.
Doll is the Corfu man that is charged with the murder of his friend and business parter, Joseph Benequist, on Feb. 16.
Doll's attorneys asked judge Robert Noonan to allow him to post bail because he is a custodial parent to his 17-year old daughter, has a clean record and can afford the bail.
"He's going to make every court appearance," Attorney Paul Cambria says in Daily News reporter Paul Mrozek's story. Doll, if released pending trial, will wear an ankle bracelet that can track his whereabouts with a global positioning system, his attorney said.
Doll is facing life in prison if convicted of the killing and Noonan has scheduled a bail application hearing for Wednesday, March 18.