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But when Hollman’s appeals lawyers called her back to the witness stand 19 years later, Jones offered a different account.
On April 26, 2003, Corona-Cuevas, driving at night without headlights, crossed over the center line, and crashed into another car, killing Jose Luis Martinez-Torres, 41, and his eight year-old daughter Martisa, and injuring.
Martinez' 18-year old daughter Jaddy was hospitalized in critical condition and his pregnant wife, Imelda, 36, was in fair condition.
t was a giant step for Deirdre Jones to take the witness stand that day in 2012.
She had returned to a Philadelphia courtroom to testify about a 1991 murder near Rittenhouse Square.
It is important to understand several things about these cases.