Memory card admissible in Stuart murder trial
A Franklin County judge decides a much-debated cell phone memory card is admissible in an upcoming murder trial.
Prosecuting attorneys say the two gigabyte memory card is from Tashia Stuart's cell phone.
Stuart is accused of killing her adoptive mother at her Pasco home in 2011.
Stuart's trial was also delayed more than a month today, so defense attorneys can have enough time to review some incoming reports related to evidence in the case.
Her trial is now scheduled to start May 28th.