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APPLETON, Wis. - A judge is expected to decide Monday whether to delay the trial or dismiss the charges against a woman charged in the shooting death of a Greenville woman nearly seven years ago.
Lara Plamann was found shot to death in October of 2007 in a shed near the Greenville home she shared with defendant Dianna Siveny. The 55-year-old, her 30-year-old daughter and another woman were charged last year with first-degree intentional homicide.
Dianna Sivenny is due to stand trial Aug. 25. But Post-Crescent Media report that District Attorney Carrie Schneider is seeking a delay. She says the third defendant, 39-year-old Rosie Campbell, is refusing to testify. If the judge won't delay the trial, she'll ask the judge to dismiss the charges without prejudice so she could re-file them later.
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