Murder trial delayed to 2019

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The 33-year-old died almost two years after Michael Slager covered her in gasoline and then set her on fire outside an OH gas station in June 2015.

Mr Slager is now standing trial for her death, and in an unprecedented move, the judge presiding over the case has allowed for a video-taped statement given by Judy to prosecutors from her hospital bed to be admitted into evidence.

As officials knew of no instance in which a sufferer could testify in her or his very own murder 30, Franklin County Judge man Reece called it an extravagant position.

Michael Slager was given 11 years in prison for his crime, but he is now facing murder charges which could mean life in prison.

'God please, please help me, ' she said.

The woman lived for two years after her horrific ordeal which left her with severe third and fourth degree burns, covering most of her body. "I'm so proud of her and I know one day I'll see her, although my heart will be forever broken without her". He just stood there and did nothing.

Michael Slager was sentenced to 11 years in prison for felonious assault and aggravated arson in December 2016.


Malinowski, a mother of 2, declared until she died last June, allegedly expecting that the recording could be performed during the demo.

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After Malinowski's death, a grand jury indicted Slager on aggravated murder and murder charges.

The District Court presided over by Mr Ebenezer Kweku Ansah said after listening to prosecution, that the two accused ought to explain how they came by the grenades from Russian Federation.

She underwent a total of 56 surgeries in that two year period.

Malinowski inspired OH legislation known as Judy's Law requiring six additional years in prison for crimes that permanently maim or disfigure victims.

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

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

Defense attorneys argued that the recorded testimony was a violation of Slager's right to confrontation; however, Judge Reece said the deposition was executed properly.