(Reuters) – A lady charged with assisting her father kill a Texas district attorney, his mother and an partner district profession has reached a indeterminate agreement to beg guilty to murder, a special prosecutor in a box pronounced on Sunday.
Kim Williams is charged with 3 depends of collateral murder in a 2013 sharpened deaths of Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland, his wife, Cynthia McLelland, and Mark Hasse, an partner district attorney. A jury progressing this month convicted her husband, Eric Williams, of murdering Cynthia McLelland and condemned him to death. He is also charged with murdering a dual prosecutors.
Eric Williams, 47, was a former probity of a assent in Kaufman County, about 30 mins southeast of Dallas, and committed a murders in punish for being prosecuted on burglary charges, according to testimony presented during his trial.
Kim Williams testified opposite her disloyal father during a chastisement proviso of a trial, detailing how he designed to lift out a murders. She told jurors she was guilty of a murders since she accompanied her father though that he pulled a trigger.
Bill Wirskye, a lead special prosecutor in a case, pronounced on Sunday that Kim Williams is scheduled to enter a guilty defence to murder during 9 a.m. on Tuesday in Kaufman County.
“We’ve reached a indeterminate agreement between a parties,” Wirskye said. He would not plead a terms of a defence or either it would request to all 3 murders or only one. “It’s not final yet,” he said.
Paul Johnson, profession for Kim Williams, did not immediately lapse a call for criticism on Sunday.
Hasse was fatally shot outward a Kaufman County Courthouse on Jan. 31, 2013. The McLellands were killed in their home on Mar 30, 2013.