Mr Telford’s first court appearance as a defendant is scheduled for the Mount Isa Magistrates Court on Monday, January 30.
Queensland Law Society president Bill Potts said that Mr Telford was a respected member of the law society and was entitled to be presumed innocent, unless the court of law found otherwise.
At Washington High School of Information Technology, students on Thursday, February 9th said this story is the talk of the school.
"It's like, I didn't find out about it until today. I guess it's something you wouldn't expect," said student Isaiah Chambliss.
Police reviewed the circumstances and alleged it was a breach of section 119B of the Criminal Code.
Mr Cranny seeks further instruction before determining whether to comment.
– A Lititz man is charged with attempting to intimidate a witness in a robbery.
Northern Lancaster County Regional Police filed charges against 72 year old John Radcliff Kyle.
On June 22, at about p.m., Kyle allegedly drove to an address in Warwick Township where he attempted to establish contact with a victim of a recent robbery.
Mr Telford is alleged to have called the witness a “dog”.