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Mio Campbell, 30, appears via video for her arraignment in front of Saginaw County District Judge Kyle Higgs Tarrant, Monday, March 3, 2014. Campbell and Aki C. Dillard, 39, are charged in connection with the injuries police say their 6-year-old son suffered Thursday, Feb. 27. The boy died over the weekend, and prosecutors are awaiting on an autopsy report before amending any charges. (AP Photo/The Saginaw News, Jeff Schrier)

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Aki C. Dillard, 39, appears via video for his arraignment in front of Saginaw County District Judge Kyle Higgs Tarrant, Monday, March 3, 2014. Dillard and Mio Campbell, 30, are charged in connection with the injuries police say their 6-year-old son suffered Thursday, Feb. 27. The boy died over the weekend, and prosecutors are awaiting on an autopsy report before amending any charges. (AP Photo/The Saginaw News, Jeff Schrier)

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Michigan Attorney general Bill Schuette speaks at a news conference after the sentencing of Raulie Casteel, Monday, March 3, 2014 in Howell, Mich. On the left is victim Jennifer Kupiec, and at right is victim Loriann Arthur. Casteel, who kept a swath of southeastern Michigan on edge for weeks by shooting at two-dozen vehicles along a busy highway corridor, was sentenced to 18 to 40 years in prison on a combination of terrorism and weapons convictions. (AP Photo/Livingston County Daily Press & Argus, Gillis Benedict, Pool Photo)

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Raulie Casteel stands after sentencing in Livingston County, flanked by his attorneys Douglas Mullkoff, at left, and Charles Groh, in Howell, Mich., Monday, March 3, 2014. Casteel, who kept a swath of southeastern Michigan on edge for weeks by shooting at two-dozen vehicles along a busy highway corridor, was sentenced to 18 to 40 years in prison on a combination of terrorism and weapons convictions. (AP Photo/Livingston County Daily Press & Argus, Gillis Benedict, Pool)

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Daniel T. Smith, right, the attorney for Stevie Marie Anne Vigil, speaks with members of the media following a sentencing hearing for Vigil, who pleaded guilty to buying the handgun used to kill Nathan Leon and the director of Colorado Prisons, at the Federal Courthouse, in Denver, Monday March 3, 2014. Vigil was sentenced to more than two years in prison and three years supervision for buying the handgun for Evan Ebel, a parolee and member of a white supremacist prison gang. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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John Leon, center, the father of slain Denver computer technician and pizza deliveryman Nathan Leon, answers questions from members of the media following a sentencing hearing for a woman who pleaded guilty to buying the handgun used to kill Leon and the director of Colorado Prisons, at the Federal Courthouse, in Denver, Monday March 3, 2014. John Leon's wife Jaye Leon stands with him. Prosecutors had asked for six years for Stevie Marie Anne Vigil, for buying the handgun for Evan Ebel, a parolee and member of a white supremacist prison gang. But federal Judge Christine Arguello said prosecutors had failed to show Vigil knew of Ebel's plans. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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Katie Barnhart-Leon, center, the widow of slain Denver computer technician and pizza deliveryman Nathan Leon, walks with her mother Bernadette Alness, left, and father Marty Alness, as they arrive for a sentencing hearing for a woman who pleaded guilty to buying the handgun used to kill Leon and the director of Colorado Prisons, at the Federal Courthouse, in Denver, Monday March 3, 2014. Stevie Marie Anne Vigil was sentenced to more than two years in prison and three years supervision for buying the handgun for Evan Ebel, a parolee and member of a white supremacist prison gang. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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Texas Deputy James Boyd walks from court during a break in a sentencing hearing for a woman who pleaded guilty to buying the handgun used to kill Nathan Leon and the director of Colorado Prisons, at the Federal Courthouse, in Denver, Monday March 3, 2014. Stevie Marie Anne Vigil was sentenced to more than two years in prison and three years supervision for buying the handgun for Evan Ebel, a parolee and member of a white supremacist prison gang. Boyd, who was shot by Ebel, spoke during the hearing. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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Members of the prosecution team arrive for a sentencing hearing for a woman who pleaded guilty to buying the handgun used to kill Nathan Leon and the director of Colorado Prisons, at the Federal Courthouse, in Denver, Monday March 3, 2014. Stevie Marie Anne Vigil was sentenced to more than two years in prison and three years supervision for buying the handgun for Evan Ebel, a parolee and member of a white supremacist prison gang. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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FILE - In this June 27, 2012 photograph is the entrance to St. Johns Military Academy in Salina, Kan. An attorney for a Kansas military school says the issues brought in a lawsuit in which 11 former students alleged abuse have been resolved. St. John's Military School attorney John Schultz said in an email Monday, March 2, 2014, that federal case is being dismissed. The court confirmed that the trial scheduled to begin Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City, Kan., has been cancelled. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)