The trials for Dale and Leilani Neumann have been scheduled, following the couple’s request for a speedy trial.
The two will have separate trials. Leilani’s is scheduled to begin May 14th, and Dale’s will begin July 23rd. Each trial is scheduled to last 1 week.
The requests for a speedy trial generally require that felony trials take place within 90 days. However, if the court’s schedule is full or attorneys aren’t available for a trial within 90 days, the court schedules the earliest possible date, according to a Marathon County Judicial Assistant.
The Neumanns are charged with 2nd Degree Reckless Homicide after prosecutors say they prayed for their daughter, Madeline Kara, but failed to get her medical attention before she died of diabetes. The Neumanns say they believed prayer could save their daughter, and they did not know she had diabetes.
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