Report: Arraignment Hearings For RUSH Guitarist, Son Continued For Two Weeks

Arraignment hearings for RUSH guitarist Alex Lifeson (a.k.a. Alex Zivojinovich) and his son, Justin Zivojinovich, over a New Year's Eve arrest following an encounter with deputies in North Naples, Florida were continued Monday (Jan. 26) for two weeks, according to News-Press.com.

Assistant State Attorney Rich Montecalvo said he's still trying to decide what charges, if any, will be filed against the guitarist.

The hearings were delayed because he is still reviewing police reports and trying to decide whether to file formal charges against the father and son, Montecalvo said. He said he should make his decision by the time of the next hearings.

If prosecutors decide to file formal charges, trial dates will be scheduled for the defendants, Montecalvo said.

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