PASCO, Wash. - Prosecutors called witnesses to testify Friday in the conspiracy to commit murder trial in Pasco.
Neighbors spoke highly of Judy Hebert, who was shot in March of last year by her daughter. Most of Friday's testimony centered around Tashia Stuart, even though her husband, Todd, is on trial right now. He's accused of conspiring to kill Judy a month prior to her death by dropping an 18-gallon bin of books on her head.
Detective Larry Smith was called to the stand Friday. He works in computer forensics and explained documents from electronics taken as evidence following Hebert's death.
"They were accessed on the computer on 3-2 of 2011 at 1:07:29 a.m.," said Smith. "And I felt they were relevant because they appeared to be research into Washington State probate court."
Probate court deals with deceased people's wills and distribution of assets. Smith said he was digging to see what was going on around the time of Hebert's March 3rd death when he found the specific documents.