- Acknowledgement of rights and plea
- Motion for leave to file second amended
- Second amended information
- Defense in Sherry Arnold case seeks police files
- Prosecutor: Sidney murder confession was voluntary
- Defense in Sherry Arnold case seeks to avoid death penalty
- Sidney teacher murder suspects plead not guilty
- Sherry Arnold case delayed until 2013
Lester Van Waters
Montana prosecutors have asked a judge to keep the trial in the murder of a high school teacher in her hometown of Sidney, after defense attorneys sought to have the case moved because of fears of bias among potential jurors.
SIDNEY — One of the men accused of killing an Eastern Montana high school teacher has made a deal with prosecutors that will spare him the death penalty in exchange for his testimony against his co-defendant.
A Montana prosecutor is asking a judge to accept a confession from an illiterate man charged in the killing of a high school teacher.
A Montana judge has set trial dates for the two men accused in the murder of Sidney high school teacher Sherry Arnold.
Drought, lightning and bad luck turned the 2012 fire season into Montana’s worst in more than 100 years, making it one of the biggest news stories of the past year.
Two men suspected in the disappearance of Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold are scheduled to appear in Richland County District Court on Tuesday.