Attorney for Charles Pittman files for change of venue
JACKSON, Tenn. — An attorney representing Charles Pittman, the man charged in the death of his fiancee, Olivia Greenlee, has filed a motion for a change of venue. A public defender has confirmed three pretrial motions were filed Monday. The motions were for change of venue, for witnesses not to give expert testimony and to request bond for Pittman. The motions will be heard Feb. 9, according to the attorney. Pittman is accused in the February 2014 death of Greenlee. Her body was found in a parking lot at Union University.