“Reasonable belief ” versus “beyond a reasonable doubt” — the difference between the two is enough to proceed with first-degree murder and other charges “good things” were happening for her family, and that she had “awesome news” that made her want to run outside “screaming.”

Yet, the defense argued a lack of forensic evidence fails to tie Jackson to the scene of the murder, and that Jackson’s desire to remove her brother from the ranch was far different than wanting him dead.

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