'Duress' defense eyed in Amy Warf murder case
EXETER — A woman charged in connection with last year's killing of Amy Warf intends to seek a defense of duress and renunciation. Sarah Desjardins is charged as an accomplice in the case along with her husband, Aaron Desjardins, who is charged with first-degree murder, and her sister-in-law, Michele Corson, another alleged accomplice. Sarah Desjardins filed her defense paperwork late last month at Rockingham Superior Court.
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