LEXINGTON — A judge presiding over the case of one of six men accused of molesting young relatives at a western Missouri farm in the mid-1980s refused Monday to strike the lead prosecutor's name from a list of potential witnesses, setting up the possibility that she could be called to testify in one of her own cases.
Judge OKs prosecutor testimony in family sex case
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