Trial on hold for woman in wreck that killed two

Trial on hold for woman in wreck that killed two

Malinowski, 33, was hospitalised for nearly two years and underwent dozens of surgeries after she was engulfed in flames in 2015 behind a petrol station in Gahanna, a Columbus suburb.

And on Friday Franklin County Judge Guy Reece allowed the footage saying officials knew of no other case in which a victim would testify at his or her own murder trial.

Judy Malinowski died in August 2017 in hospital where she spent two years clinging to life after being set on fire by her ex-boyfriend.

Judy Malinowski. (Facebook) Michael Slager is already serving 11 years for the attack on his estranged girlfriend but will now face a murder charge. "I think it's the first step towards what her legacy should and will be", Bowes said.

She died after two years of battling her injuries, however it is hoped that justice will be done in the wake of her passing.

Her former partner Michael Slager was sentenced to 11 years in prison after he pleaded no contest in 2016 to charges including felonious assault and aggravated arson.

However, once Malinowski died, a grand jury charged Slager on charges of murder and aggravated murder.

The trial has been continued several times but because the death penalty is on the table, defense attorney Jim Archibald said there are "heightened constitutional standards".

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She lost both of her ears and two fingers in the attack, as Fox News previously reported, and was left with open wounds on her back and buttocks.

The judge allowed the testimony to play in court as Malinowski underwent extensive mental examination before she testified.

She said her daughter suffered 3rd and 4th degree burns, covering about 90% of her body.

Malinowski inspired OH laws called Judy's Law necessitating six additional years in prison for offenses that permanently maim or disfigure victims.

"Judy fought to tell her story", said her mother Bonnie Bowes.

His protection attorneys contended against permitting the testimony from Malinowski stating prosecutors relied upon civil law instead of criminal legislation to acquire the recording.

The younger of two brothers accused of fatally stabbing their parents and three siblings in their Oklahoma home is scheduled to go on trial.

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