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Trial postponed in Door County homicide case

Attorneys disagree over pace of evidence sharing

7:33 AM, Nov. 19, 2012
Brian M. Cooper, left, appeared last week in a Door County court in Sturgeon Bay with his attorney, Shane Brabazon, for a motions hearing.
Brian M. Cooper, left, appeared last week in a Door County court in Sturgeon Bay with his attorney, Shane Brabazon, for a motions hearing.
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The trial for a Plainfield, Ill., man accused of the Aug. 19 murder of a woman and her unborn child in Door County has been rescheduled for April 8.

Brian M. Cooper, 35, is charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide and a count of third-degree sexual assault in the deaths of Alisha N. Bromfield, also of Plainfield, and her unborn daughter.

Bromfield was approximately 6 months pregnant at the time of her death. ...

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