She is due back in court on Aug. 21 and 22 for motion hearings. After those are finished, another scheduling conference is set for September. No trial date was set, according to court records.
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The judge in the cases has previously reviewed motions in the case. During a two-day hearing in October, Logan County Common Pleas Judge Mark O’Connor reviewed more than four hours of recorded police interviews with Pilkington. He then ruled a confession that was taped by police can be used against her in court.
Logan County Prosecutor Eric Stewart and defense attorney Marc Triplett couldn’t be reached for comment on Wednesday.