Donald Southworth waited as his attorney, Tucker Richardson and Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Lou Anna Red Corn, right, talked to Judge Kimberly Bunnell, middle, in Fayette Circuit Court in Lexington , Ky., Friday, November, 18, 2011. This was a hearing on a motion in the case of  Southworth, accused of murdering his wife Umi. Charles Bertram | Staff
Donald Southworth waited as his attorney, Tucker Richardson and Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Lou Anna Red Corn, right, talked to Judge Kimberly Bunnell, middle, in Fayette Circuit Court in Lexington , Ky., Friday, November, 18, 2011. This was a hearing on a motion in the case of Southworth, accused of murdering his wife Umi. Charles Bertram | Staff
Donald Southworth waited as his attorney, Tucker Richardson and Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Lou Anna Red Corn, right, talked to Judge Kimberly Bunnell, middle, in Fayette Circuit Court in Lexington , Ky., Friday, November, 18, 2011. This was a hearing on a motion in the case of Southworth, accused of murdering his wife Umi. Charles Bertram | Staff

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