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Woman Wants Judge to Reduce Her Murder Conviction

Woman Wants Judge to Reduce Her Murder Conviction



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(KSL News) A woman who pleaded guilty to stabbing her boyfriend to death now wants the charges against her reduced.

Lawyers for Monika Ann Dilmaghanian say they will ask a judge to reduce her conviction of first-degree felony murder to manslaughter at a sentencing hearing later this month.

Woman Wants Judge to Reduce Her Murder Conviction

Such a move could lessen her sentence from 15 years to life to one to 15 years in prison.

Dilmaghanian admitted she stabbed Nathan D. Harris near Causey Reservoir in April after an argument over a pagan ceremony.

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