Karen Cunagin Sypher's attorney, James Earhart, filed a five-page trial brief for his upcoming trial. It details the charges against his client and what prosecutors must prove to convict her in a Louisville court.
It also includes a single sentence saying she denies the charges.
Opening statements are set to begin July 26 with jury selection set for two weeks beforehand.
Sypher has, of course, pleaded not guilty. She is accused of demanding college tuition for her children, her house to be paid off and $10 million.
Prosecutors filed a trial brief on Wednesday detailing those charges, as well as portions of their witness list and some of their evidence for trial.
Bennett Haeberle stands in front of a monitor to elaborate...