LISBON, N.D. (AP) - A judge has dismissed a murder case against a North Dakota woman accused of her son's death.
The judge's move came at the request of prosecutors in the case against 30-year-old Jodi Lindvall.
Prosecutors asked for the dismissal after discovering a recording of a witness who questions the identity of the person who battered the boy.
Defense attorney Peter Wold says the recording was provided by the mother of the then 6-year-old girl who was at the home when Lindvall's child was injured in 2012.
Lidvall earlier pleaded not guilty to murder.
Judge Ron Goodman denied the defense's motion to dismiss the case with prejudice, meaning that the case could be brought again against the Fort Ransom woman. There's no statute of limitations on murder.