Judge Denies Hudnall's Request for New Attorney
A Hawthorne woman accused of conspiring with her daughter to murder her estranged husband was in court today, but the cameras were asked to leave courtroom.
Stephanie Hudnall requested a Nelson Inquiry before Judge James Nilon to get a new defense attorney. Because confidential information has to be discussed in the proceeding, Judge Nilon closed the courtroom to the public and the media.
Hudnall's motion was denied and she will continue being represented by state public defender Eric Atria. No trial date has been set.
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