Theresa Kenney is prosecuting attorney now and her office's case against Mohr, 26, Carthage, for robbery and assault is scheduled to come to trial Monday, January 27.
Presiding over that case will be Judge Dean Dankelson.
In the current case, Mohr allegedly beat a Carthage man with brass knuckles and stole his wallet, phone and watch.
Mohr also faces a domestic assault charge with a hearing in that case scheduled for February 3, the same day he is scheduled to have a probation violation hearing. Mohr was placed on probation following his January 26, 2018 guilty plea to two counts of possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, including heroin, and receiving stolen property.
In exchange for that guilty plea, the Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney's office dismissed four other possession charges.
Dankelson dropped armed robbery charges against Mohr in 2013 and 2015. In the 2013 case, Carthage Police arrested Mohr after he allegedly opened the front passenger door of a car at the Sonic Drive-In, slid in beside the driver and robbed him at gunpoint.
Mohr and two other men were charged with an October 4, 2015 robbery of a man staying at the Guest House Motel in Carthage. Carthage Police alleged Mohr held the man down on a bed at knife point, while the other two men searched for valuables.