SANDPOINT — Another round of mediation is planned in the case of the Coeur d’Alene woman accused of killing Shirley Ann Ramey in 2017. If a resolution is not reached through the mediation, Bonner County Prosecutor Louis Marshall said the first-degree murder case against Judith Marie Carpenter would be set for trial. Authorization for another round of mediation was ordered Tuesday. The court is allowing Carpenter’s spouse and doctor to participate in the mediation talks.
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