"This whole thing about the yoga and the peace and the tranquility ... there are two Lindas," said Stephanie Anderson, the Cumberland County District Attorney in charge of prosecuting the case. "There is this facade of Linda that is very, you know, naturopathic, and meditative, and, and all of that. ... But there's also the Linda on the inside that is very, very different.
"Do I think she's a murderer? I mean, generally? No, I don't think she's a murderer generally. I think she tried to kill her husband."
Dolloff, who still limps from the bullet in her hip, hired defense attorney Dan Lilley, a veteran of more than 50 homicide cases, to defend her. He said Linda was offered a plea bargain.
"The prosecutor, prior to the trial, offered a three-year term in jail and two years probation," Lilley said. "She turned that down because she said she didn't commit the crime and she wanted a trial."
It was a huge gamble. Linda Dolloff was facing up to a 30-year prison sentence if convicted.
"This was going to be a Super Bowl from our point of view," sheriff Dion said. "I mean the best on both sides had gathered within this case to wrestle it out in the courtroom."
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