Dan Monnat and Trevor Riddle Win “Not Guilty on All Counts” Verdict for Western Kansas Man Accused in Accidental Death of Natalie Pickle

DODGE CITY, Kan. — A jury of 12 Ford County citizens concluded that Brock Cunningham is not guilty of any crime in connection with young Natalie Pickle’s accidental death, said Cunningham’s defense attorneys Dan Monnat and Trevor Riddle. “Their verdict is consistent with what we have said from the beginning: Natalie Pickle died from a tragic, accidental fall; Brock Cunningham is not guilty,” Riddle said.


Sources: Derby Man’s Sex Crime Against Boy Unrelated to Church Role

A Derby man’s sex crime against a 5-year-old boy was unrelated to a youth soccer program the man had coordinated, the child’s mother said Thursday. Knabe’s defense attorney, Trevor Riddle, said: “The allegations against Mr. Knabe in this case had nothing to do, nor any connection, with his church nor with his participation in any church activities. This case is now resolved, and we would ask everyone to respect the privacy of those involved.”