Colleen Harris, in a Placerville courtroom last week, is facing trial in El Dorado Superior Court for the January 2013 shotgun killing of her husband, Bob Harris, a former U.S. Forest Service supervisor. Harris was acquitted of murder in 1986 in the same courthouse, where she claimed self-defense in the shotgun killing of a former husband, James Batten.
Colleen Harris, in a Placerville courtroom last week, is facing trial in El Dorado Superior Court for the January 2013 shotgun killing of her husband, Bob Harris, a former U.S. Forest Service supervisor. Harris was acquitted of murder in 1986 in the same courthouse, where she claimed self-defense in the shotgun killing of a former husband, James Batten. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Colleen Harris, in a Placerville courtroom last week, is facing trial in El Dorado Superior Court for the January 2013 shotgun killing of her husband, Bob Harris, a former U.S. Forest Service supervisor. Harris was acquitted of murder in 1986 in the same courthouse, where she claimed self-defense in the shotgun killing of a former husband, James Batten. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
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Placerville woman charged with murder has hazy memory of husband’s final night

April 07, 2015 02:09 PM