After being found guilty in July for her role in helping an attempted murder suspect flee from police, Ashley King is back in court.
King is set for a trial in a case involving possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, as well as possession of a fire arm.
King was in court Tuesday afternoon for a pre–trial hearing and according to Mesa County Deputy District Attorney Dan Rubinstein, the trial is set to start a week from tomorrow unless King decides to enter a guilty plea.
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