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Sandra Layne not likely to testify in her murder trial today

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Sandra Layne arrives in court Tuesday morning. (Credit: Amy Andrews) Sandra Layne arrives in court Tuesday morning. (Credit: Amy Andrews)
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Sandra Layne is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jonathan Hoffman. As of noon, the prosecution was still calling witnesses to the stand making it more likely that they wouldn't rest their case until later this afternoon at the earliest.

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