Updated: 02/14/2011 - The Wisconsin parents convicted of using prayer instead of conventional medicine to try to heal their dying daughter will ask a judge for new trials.
Updated: 03/18/2010 - State lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow prosecutors to charge parents who refuse medical help for their children on religious grounds with child abuse.
Updated: 01/08/2010 - The mother convicted of second degree reckless homicide in the death of her 11-year-old daughter Kara is due in court Wednesday.
Updated: 10/07/2009 - The defense attorney for Dale Neumann says the Weston couple's religious faith remains stronger than ever following the sentence handed down by Judge Vincent Howard.
Updated: 01/11/2010 - Dale and Leilani Neumann were each sentenced to 10 years probation Tuesday in Marathon County Court. For the first 6 years of the sentence, they will have to spend 30 days in jail each year.
Updated: 01/08/2010 - Dale and Leilani Neumann will serve 30 days in jail each year for the first 6 years of a 10 year probation term.
Updated: 10/05/2009 - The Weston parents convicted of reckless homicide for praying for their dying daughter to heal instead of rushing her to a doctor will be sentenced in Marathon County Court Tuesday.
Updated: 08/03/2009 - Dale Neumann himself, showed absolutely no emotion as he heard his fate. No one from the Neumann family spoke, but Neumann was heard...he was heard humming a song as he walked away, his bible firmly in hand.
Updated: 01/05/2010 - The jury has found Dale Neumann guilty of second degree reckless homicide.