The case of a Brownstown man charged with Aggravated DUI resulting in an accident or death will continue under Judge Don Sheafor after a ruling handed down by Judge Kevin Parker on Monday. 47-year old Joseph Beshel’s defense attorney Lou Viverito argued a motion for substitution during an August 8 conference call with Judge Parker and Special Prosecutor Matt Goetten which was taken under advisement before the ruling was entered into record Monday. In that entry, Judge Parker and the court found that the motion was not timely as the matter had been before Judge Sheafor “on six separate occasion including a preliminary hearing” and the defendant’s motion was denied. Beshel is alleged to have had a blood alcohol level over the legal limit as well as THC in his system on the night of January 19th when his vehicle struck the front part of a vehicle driven by 47-year old Scott White of Brownstown as he was attempting to turn left into his driveway off of Route 40 west of Brownstown. White was later pronounced dead at Fayette County Hospital by Coroner Bruce Bowen. Another conference call was held on Tuesday and the case is set for pre-trial on August 29 at 11am.