Charges Dropped Against Woman Accused Of Murdering Husband

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Updated: 10/19/2012 6:42 pm
Charges have been dropped against a woman accused of killing her husband in a London law office.

Lisa Gilliam was charged with killing her husband Larry Gilliam in January of 2011. When Lisa was tried earlier this year, it ended with a hung jury. During a court hearing on Friday, a judge issued a directed verdict of acquittal that said he didn't believe any jury could convict Gilliam based on evidence that was presented at trial.
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