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Fluty rejected a proposed plea agreement last month and opted to go to trial. Her attorney hasn’t returned calls seeking comment.
Prosecutors say Fluty’s son has a condition affecting the bowels that has required numerous surgeries. Authorities say fecal matter was put in his IV and caused his fever to spike while he was hospitalized in January.
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