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(KSL News) A judge presiding over the trial of a woman accused of killing her stepdaughter will not be removed from the case.
Angela Andrews and her husband Ryan face separate charges for Shelby Andrews' death.
Angela's lawyers asked the court to remove the judge because he'd also presided over her husband's case. They say the judge made harsh statements at Ryan's sentencing, and they claim the judge won't differentiate between her and her husband.
But the court says Andrews provided no evidence the judge would be prejudiced at the hearing.