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7/5/05

Decision Expected Wednesday In Callie Long Case

Lubbock Sheriff's Office Lubbock Sheriff's Office

Twenty-four hours from now we will know if Lubbockite Callie Long will get a new trial or not.

State District Judge Jim Darnell must make a decision by Wednesday. If Long's attorney does not contact the judge with new information, the judge will let the time run out, which in turn overrules the motion for a new trial.

In April, a Lubbock Jury found Long guilty of intoxicated manslaughter in the death of Brett Walrath and sentenced her to two years in prison. Long's attorney argued she did not receive a fair trial.

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Could a Lubbock Court Grant Callie Long a New Trial?
Two months after a jury finds her guilty for killing a man with her car, Callie Long is back in court asking for a new trial.

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