$1 million bond set for Ave Maria law student accused of attempted murder

Robert Ringley

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Robert Ringley

A Collier judge set bond at $1 million for an Ave Maria School of Law student charged with attempted murder.

Robert Christopher Ringley, 25, shot at his roommate early Friday morning and threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend after he made both kneel on the street outside of his Golden Gate Estates apartment, according to an arrest report.

Ringley is facing charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The docket for Ringley's first court appearance last Saturday indicates the two alleged victims as well as Ringley's father testified at the hearing before Collier Circuit Judge Lauren Brodie.

Ringley remained in jail today.

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Mayor_McCheese writes:

Ave Maria Law School?
Yes, this is a terrible story, almost as bad as the fraud being perpetrated by this law school on its students. Check out the stats, Ave Maria has the worst bar passage rate of any Florida law school - by a mile. Also, the undergrads leave at a higher rate than at Miami Dade Community College. What a rip off. they should be ashamed - but I guess they think they are going God's work or some such nonsense. who is going to give these kids a job when they graduate to help them pay off the student loans they accumulated to go to this mistake in the everglades.

Talk about extra cheese. . . .

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