She was sentenced to the death penalty on her first conviction and to life in prison on the subsequent two convictions.
Tuesday attorney Christopher Thompson requested a fourth trial in Ohio's Second District Court of Appeals because he said five errors were made in her case, the Dayton Daily News reported. He requested a trial without the chance of the death penalty.
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