Tennis Referee Murder Case Dismissed

Prosecutors in California dropped case against Lois Goodman, 70, accused of killing her husband.
0:30 | 11/30/12

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A surprising turn of events today and high profile legal case -- judge in California. Dismissing the murder charges against Tennessee empire umpire rather seven year old Lois Goodman. Was in the Los Angeles courtroom as a prosecutor told the judge they did not have enough evidence in the case. She -- accused of killing her eighty year old husband with a coffee mug. In their condominium last April she was arrested in -- US open here in New York last August. Goodman called her husband's death a terrible. Accident.

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