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FOX 5's Amanda Davis has court hearing

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Amanda Davis' attorney, William Head. Amanda Davis' attorney, William Head.
ATLANTA -

FOX 5 anchor Amanda Davis had her first court hearing on Monday in Atlanta Traffic Court following her November 11 DUI arrest.

Davis did not make an appearance in the courtroom.  She was represented at the hearing by her attorney, William Head.  He asked that the hearing be reset.

"The next step is to come back to this hearing on the ninth of January, and at that time we'll either have something in place once we've investigated to try to present to the prosecutor. We'll try to do that ahead of time. Right now, we're still investigating the rest of the facts," said Head.

Davis faces a charge of DUI, reckless driving, and driving in the wrong lane following a recent car accident.

FOX 5 News Vice President Mike McClain released a statement on Monday afternoon saying, "Amanda Davis is currently away from the television station handling personal matters."

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