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Case Continues for Tulsa Woman in High-Rise Death Case

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A 21-year-old woman accused of pushing her husband to his death from the couple's high-rise apartment in Tulsa is slated for a hearing ahead of her jury trial.
    
Amber Hilberling is due in district court Friday afternoon.  Court records indicate her jury trial is scheduled to start Monday.
    
Hilberling is charged in the death of her husband, Joshua Hilberling, who fell 17 stories to his death in June 2011.
    
Prosecutors claim that Hilberling pushed her husband; she argues that he fell and that the building had dangerously thin windows.
    
Her bond was revoked in December 2011 for curfew violations. She was freed a second time - but her bond was again revoked in January after she tested positive for the active ingredient in marijuana.

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