Utah woman arrested in killing of her mother
Victim had a protective order against daughter dismissed in July despite “volatile relationship.”
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On July 17, Judge Denise Lindberg signed a release order that included a number of conditions, including monitoring by Pretrial Services and Valley Mental Health.
In August, Airida Gruodis was accepted into Mental Health Court, which provides specialized rehabilitation and treatment to criminal defendants. But she never attended, in part because during September and October she was at the University of Utah’s Neuropsychiatric Institute, according to the court docket.
Review hearings in both the criminal cases are set for Dec. 11.
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