INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHI) - New information has been filed in the case against former Vigo County School Corporation Superintendent Danny Tanoos.
A Marion County judge has granted Tanoos a motion for what is called an 'interlocutory appeal.'
This is regarding a request by attorneys for Tanoos to get his charges dropped.
Previously, the same judge denied dismissing three felony bribery counts filed against Tanoos.
Now, Tanoos' legal team could take their case to the court of appeals.
He will be back in court in Marion County on April 24th.
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