November 4, 2011
Michael Lowe’s attorney Elizabeth Flynn presents different versions of Alicia Christopherson’s will and trust to a jury during the first day of Lowe’s trial Wednesday.
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Four witnesses testify during first full day of Dr. Michael Lowe trial
Leading up to a patient’s death on Halloween night seven years ago, prosecutors say a local doctor weaved a web of deception that ultimately left him with the woman’s nearly $600,000 estate. Dr. Michael Lowe preyed on hospice patient Alicia Christopherson’s vulnerability and spun a trap so tight that no one realized his plan to cash in on her death, said Gila County prosecuting attorney Lacy Cooper during open arguments Wednesday in Superior Court.