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CBS News 7 Feb 2020

Sentencing for Wisconsin woman who admitted to stabbing ex-boyfriend to death begins today


In this week's "48 Hours," a hearing begins today in Wisconsin for a young woman who admits stabbing her ex-boyfriend to death but claims it was in self-defense. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas joined "CBSN AM" with more.

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