Trial for Tomah man moved to November
The trial for a Tomah man, whose murder convictions were vacated earlier this year, has been scheduled for two weeks in November 2013. The Juneau County court heard motions Wednesday prior to the trial for 30-year old John Tetting, Junior. Tetting had been found guilty of two counts of being a party to 2nd Degree Reckless Homicide in deaths of 23-year old Tabatha Nealy of Wisconsin Rapids and 31-year old Joshua Alderman in March 2011. Juneau County Judge John Roemer vacated the convictions based on statements the co-defendant, 38-year old David Turner, had made in an avadavat after Tetting’s convictions that Tetting had no knowledge of the killings and only drove the car. The court will rule on the motions made Wednesday in October 2013 regarding allowing certain testimony and a video during the upcoming trial. The State stands by its charges.
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