Colleen Harris, the woman accused of shooting and killing her husband, appeared in court to enter a not guilty plea Monday afternoon.
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Harris walked to her seat while her attorney, David Weiner, confirmed with Judge Douglas C. Phimister that she would be entering a not guilty plea.
It was then revealed that the prosecution had not provided a large portion of the discovery to the defense, hampering the case. Phimister ordered the discovery be delivered and scheduled a hearing on March 25 at 1 p.m. to determine the state of the discovery.
Phimister then scheduled an all-day preliminary for May 30 at 8:30 a.m. in Department 7.