The University of Tennessee student that was charged with hacking into the personal e-mail account of Alaska governor and former Republican vice presidential nominee, Sarah Palin has pleaded not guilty. There were three more charges added in the case. The trial of David Kernell who is the son of longtime state Representative Mike Kernell of Memphis, the chairman of Tennessee House Government Operations Committee, is now set to begin in October. The new added counts are fraud, unlawful electronic transmission of material outside Tennessee and attempts to conceal records to impede an FBI investigation. The initial charge of intentionally accessing Sarah Palin Yahoo e-mail account without authorization is still on the table. Kernell pleaded not guilty and was released on several conditions, including staying away from his computer except for school work. There are multiple fines and total years in prison up to 10 years based on the charges.