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AMY BISHOP ANDERSON PRE- TRIAL & TRIAL - GUILTY PLEA & CONVICTION - SENTENCED TO LIFE

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Apr 14 12 4:55 PM

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TRIAL FOR AMY BISHOP ANDERSON SET FOR SEPTEMBER 2012

WAFF - 2012 -  "Amy Bishop-Anderson will go to trial this fall."

"Monday afternoon, Madison County Circuit Judge set the trial for September 10th.


Bishop-Anderson shot six people on the UA-Huntsville campus in February of 2010.


Her trial was supposed to begin Monday, March 19th, but after the Alabama Criminal


Court of Appeals ruled Bishop-Anderson could not get pre-trial money for experts,


defense attorneys petitioned for more time.



Bishop-Anderson also faces murder charges in Massachusetts for the shooting death


of her brother, Seth Bishop. That case will not go to trial until the case in Madison County


is complete.



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May 27 12 11:46 AM

ALABAMA AL.com

"The Alabama Supreme Court Friday rejected a request by James Anderson, the husband
of accused UAH shooter Amy Bishop, to delay discovery in a civil lawsuit until Bishop's
murder trial is complete.

Anderson and Bishop were sued by Stephanie Monticciolo and Joseph Leahy and their
families. Leahy, a UAH biology professor and Monticciolo, a biology department staff
assistant, were seriously injured in the shooting."

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Aug 3 12 7:53 PM

WAFF TV

"Robinson said about 10 days ago she saw Bishop Anderson confront one of the guards

at the jail. Another inmate, Amy Nicole Maclin tried to step between Bishop Anderson and

the guard. Robinson said the next day Bishop Anderson confronted Maclin for pulling her

off the guard. That's when Robinson said things got ugly. 'Amy Bishop swung at the other

Amy after she swung I didn't see a dinner tray. The other  Amy swung back hit her. I seen

blood and feces in the floor,' said Takeliah Robinson. Bishop-Anderson was taken to the

onsite nurse. Initially, they thought she had a broken  wrist, but that proved not to be the

case. She is currently being held in a lock up cell in  the medical unit where she was

checked on by a physician.

 

Family members have confirmed that the inmate involved was Amy Nicole Maclin.

The family member said that Bishop-Anderson "disrespected Amy Maclin and she

beat her with a cafeteria tray, and Amy Maclin is now in solitary confinement."

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Nov 24 12 8:08 PM

HUFFINGTON POST

Amy Bishop Guilty; Ex-Professor Who Admitted Shooting 6 People Sentenced To Life In Prison

By JAY REEVES 09/24/2012
"The jury deliberated for about 20 minutes before convicting Amy Bishop. The former professor
 at the University of Alabama in Huntsville showed no reaction as the verdict was read."

"Bishop avoided a death sentence by pleading guilty earlier this month to the shootings on Feb. 12, 2010. Before the guilty plea – which she signed with a barely legible scrawl – her attorneys had said they planned to use an insanity defense. However, she was still required to have a brief trial because she admitted to a capital murder charge."

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Jan 9 13 7:08 PM

Bishop gets new attorney for appeal
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"Huntsville attorney Ron Smith has been picked to serve as Amy Bishop's new lawyer in
her efforts to appeal her recent conviction for capital murder.

Madison County District Attorney Rob Broussard was seeking the death penalty for Bishop,
but a few weeks before the Sept. 24 trial date, he was told by family members of some of the
victims in the case that they did not want to see her face the death penalty. The capital murder
plea required an abbreviated trial under Alabama law and prosecutors presented evidence that
the shooting took less than 30 seconds inside a small meeting room at UAH's Shelby Center.
As part of Bishop's plea agreement, she formally waived her right to appeal."
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"Legal expert Mark McDaniel said there aren't many explanations for Bishop Anderson trying
 to get her case back into court now. Her plea deal came with the condition that prosecutors
not try to have her put to death, and she was instead sentenced to life in prison. It was a deal
to which she and prosecutors agreed. The notice of appeal, filed about 4 Monday afternoon, said nothing about why she's trying to appeal, what grounds she could have for contesting a plea agreement she made and said in court she was making of her own free will. "

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Jan 9 13 7:10 PM

WSFA

Amy Bishop-Anderson will spend the rest of her life inside Tutwiler prison.
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