Attorneys for the Hendersonville woman accused of smothering her newborn twins to death in September 2011 say a different judge needs to hear her case.
The alleged confession of a mother accused of killing her twin newborn children will be allowed to stand as evidence in her trial, a judge ruled Monday.
Prosecutors will not seek the death penalty of a woman accused of killing her newborn twins. Lindsey Lowe was indicted on two counts of first degree murder, two counts of premeditated first degree murder and two counts of aggravated child abuse.
The attorney of a Hendersonville woman accused of killing her newborn twins entered a not guilty plea Friday morning.
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The woman is accused of smothering her twin newborn children.
Authorities are so concerned about Lindsey Lowe she has been placed on a suicide watch at the Sumner County Jail. A bond hearing is scheduled for Monday, but the district attorney says he hopes to keep her behind bars.
Lindsey Lowe, accused of murdering her newborn twins last week, has been released from the Sumner County Jail after being bonded out.
A Hendersonville mother has been arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree murder after her twin newborn boys were found dead Wednesday.