Flanked by court security Colleen Ann Harris, 72, on trial for the murder of her second husband leaves for a lunch break after taking the stand April 8 at El Dorado Superior Court in Placerville. Harris – the former Colleen Batten – is facing a second murder trial for the shotgun killing of another husband. Twenty-nine years after her first trial, Harris is charged with shooting Robert Edward “Bob” Harris, 72, with a 12-gauge shotgun in January 2013 on the same rustic Placerville property on Wilderness Court where her previous husband, James Batten, 46, was shot dead in 1985.
Flanked by court security Colleen Ann Harris, 72, on trial for the murder of her second husband leaves for a lunch break after taking the stand April 8 at El Dorado Superior Court in Placerville. Harris – the former Colleen Batten – is facing a second murder trial for the shotgun killing of another husband. Twenty-nine years after her first trial, Harris is charged with shooting Robert Edward “Bob” Harris, 72, with a 12-gauge shotgun in January 2013 on the same rustic Placerville property on Wilderness Court where her previous husband, James Batten, 46, was shot dead in 1985. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Flanked by court security Colleen Ann Harris, 72, on trial for the murder of her second husband leaves for a lunch break after taking the stand April 8 at El Dorado Superior Court in Placerville. Harris – the former Colleen Batten – is facing a second murder trial for the shotgun killing of another husband. Twenty-nine years after her first trial, Harris is charged with shooting Robert Edward “Bob” Harris, 72, with a 12-gauge shotgun in January 2013 on the same rustic Placerville property on Wilderness Court where her previous husband, James Batten, 46, was shot dead in 1985. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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