- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 14, 2014

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - A lawyer for a Florida woman charged in the death of her son more than 20 years ago in New Jersey has asked a judge for more time to prepare for the case.

The request came during a court session held Tuesday in New Brunswick.

The lawyer for Michelle Lodzinski said he needs more time to sift through more than 3,000 pages of discovery he received from Middlesex County prosecutors.

Lodzinski was arrested in Florida two months ago, more than 20 years after her 5-year-old son died.

She told authorities that Timothy Wiltsey disappeared at a Sayreville carnival in 1991, but investigators said her story kept changing. His skeletal remains were found nearly a year later.

Lodzinski has pleaded not guilty. Another court date has been set for Nov. 14.


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