POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Pre-trial hearings resumed Monday morning in the case of Angelika Graswald, who is accused of killing her fiancé while kayaking on the Hudson River, according to Time Warner Cable News.
The hearings started earlier this month and will focus on what evidence and testimony can be used in court if and when the case goes to trial.
Among the evidence discussed is an interrogation video in which Graswald said she was "free" after the April 2015 kayaking trip with her fiancé Vincent Viafore, part of an admission of guilt she allegedly made to State Police Investigator Donald Daquarto, according to Time Warner Cable News.
Graswaldis is suspected of tampering with Viafore's kayak and remains in jail with her bail set at $3 million, according to Time Warner Cable News.
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