Ala. woman accused in murder released on bond

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LADONIA, Ala. (AP) — A woman accused of arranging the death of her 20-year-old daughter has bonded out of the Russell County Jail after spending over five years behind bars.

The Ledger Enquirer of Columbus (http://bit.ly/ZlLjJ7 ) reports bond was reduced for 45-year-old Lisa Graham from $2 million to $250,000 in the July 2007 slaying of her daughter Shea.

Authorities found her daughter's bullet-ridden body on a rural road in Alabama and Kenneth Walton, who worked for Graham's family business, pleaded guilty to capital murder in her death.

Graham is required to live with her mother in Ladonia and she is forbidden from leaving Russell County. Graham is also ordered to have no contact with the witnesses in the case and must wear an ankle monitoring device.

Her trial is scheduled for June 22.

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Information from: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, http://ledger-enquirer.com



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