The Weston parents convicted in the prayer death of their daughter are free to take a trip out-of-state. A judge will let Dale and Leilani Neumann take a trip to California this month to see her ailing grandmother.
The Neumanns must surrender their passports before they leave, check in with their probation officer each Wednesday they’re gone, and are due back by August 30th so they can assist with a pre-sentence investigation ahead of their sentencing October 6th.
Two separate juries convicted both parents of second-degree reckless homicide for refusing to seek medical help for their dying diabetic daughter last spring. The parents chose prayer instead.
Submitted by Matt Lehman, WSAU