Ultrarunner Scott Jurek celebrates atop Katahdin after completing the Appalachian Trail in record time. (Scott Jurek Facebook Photo)

Ultrarunning legend Scott Jurek may go to trial to fight three summonses he received from Maine’s Baxter State Park at the end of his record breaking Appalachian Trail thru-hike earlier this summer, pending a meeting on September 9 in Millinocket, Maine, according to an article on RunnersWorld.com.

Jurek’s lawyer will discuss potential penalties associated with the three citations with a judge and the district attorney at a dispositional conference next week. Each violation carries up to a $1,000 fine. An exemption was granted so Jurek does not have to attend.

Read about how Scott Jurek may fight summonses he received in Baxter State Park.