Lois Goodman Case: Tennis Line Judge's Attorney Says Case 'Got Out of Hand'

The attorney for the U.S. Open line judge accused of killing her husband with a broken coffee mug complimented Los Angeles prosecutors for standing up to police and getting the case, which he says "got out of hand," tossed out. A judge Friday dismissed the case against Lois Goodman, 70, and exonerated her bond. Alan Goodman, 80, died in April at his California home. The line judge said she found her husband dead in bed, saying she believed he had crawled there to rest after a terrible fall....Full Story
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