U.S. Open Tennis Referee Murder Case Dropped

Charges against Lois Goodman in the killing of her husband were dismissed.
1:22 | 12/03/12

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shocking dismissal of all charges against the u.S. Tennis ref accused of murdering her husband. It all happened friday. We'll take a look at her story. And dismissed. That smile from lois goodman says it all. I've always maintained my innocence. I'm just thrilled. Thrilled, to get back to my life. The 70-year-old grandmother was arrested for murdering her 82-year-old husband. Friday, those charges were dismissed, due to insufficient evidence. We announced that we are unable to proceed with the case at this time. It is an amazing day for justice and for miss goodman. She's gone through hell with this case. Reporter: Goodman was arrested in her referee's uniform last august just days before the u.S. Open. Police say she had bludgeoned her husband to death in heir l.A. Home with a coffee mug and then stabbed him with pieces. We located the coffee mug. Reporter: Goodman has been with john been row. In this case, the story never wavered. She claimed her husband suffered a heart attack and then fell down the stairs. Lois even passed a lie dector test.

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