Attorneys were back in court this afternoon in the case of Dalia Dippolito who faces a third trial later this week for hiring a hitman in 2009 to kill her husband, Michael. Dippolito wanted to be released from house arrest but Judge Glenn Kelley refused. He will, however, consider relaxing some of the conditions. Dippolito’s attorneys are expected to make a motion to that effect in the next week or so. Meanwhile, Judge Kelley told the attorneys that the earliest he can start the trial is April. If the attorneys want to move the case to trial sooner, Judge Kelley indicated that Judge Jeffrey Colbath, who presided at Dippolito’s first trial, will take back the case. (Colbath also presided at the trials of John Goodman, convicted of DUI manslaughter for crashing his Bentley into Scott Wilson–forcing Wilson’s Hyundai to flip…

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