Tara Lambert is escorted out of court in on Feb. 24, 2016, in Circleville, Ohio, after being sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to hire a hit man to kill her husband’s ex. A federal appeals court judge overturned Lambert’s conviction his week.
Tara Lambert is escorted out of court in on Feb. 24, 2016, in Circleville, Ohio, after being sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to hire a hit man to kill her husband’s ex. A federal appeals court judge overturned Lambert’s conviction his week. Kyle Robertson The Columbus Dispatch via Associated Press
Tara Lambert is escorted out of court in on Feb. 24, 2016, in Circleville, Ohio, after being sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to hire a hit man to kill her husband’s ex. A federal appeals court judge overturned Lambert’s conviction his week. Kyle Robertson The Columbus Dispatch via Associated Press

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