A 34-year-old East Lake woman who had faced a first-degree murder
trial in her husband's 2011 death received diversion when she pleaded
guilty to voluntary manslaughter this week.
Regina Rene Copeland was granted pre-trial diversion after her
attorney Lee Davis and prosecutor Lance Pope reached a plea agreement.
Davis said this week that he's always contended that Copeland was
defending herself in what had been an ongoing, abusive scenario.
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