The man who allegedly murdered his wife in their Cameron Airpark home appeared in court for a quick hearing Monday afternoon to set a new hearing date.
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Attorneys David Weiner, Erik Schlueter and Mark Ralphs all appeared with defendant Todd Winkler in different capacities. Judge Douglas C. Phimister reminded the court that Weiner was the attorney on record and Schlueter could potentially replace Weiner. Ralphs appeared independent of them both.
As the court was still waiting on a decision from the Third District Appellate Court on whether Schlueter would replace Weiner, Phimister scheduled a new hearing for April 8 at 1 p.m. as per deputy district attorney Lisette Suder’s request. A chance to file a brief concerning the Weiner/Schlueter decision was to remain open until the end of the month, with a chance for a reply to follow.