A hearing was held today (Mon) in Dickinson County District Court regarding several motions filed in the case against Christian Goyne Yarns, charged with 1st degree murder in the shooting death earlier this year of Shelby Woizeschke in the parking lot at GrapeTree Medical Staffing in Milford.
Several of the motions pertain to the admissibility of certain evidence. Among them is one that would limit details into the nature of the relationship and character backgrounds between Goyne Yarns and Woizeschke. Susan Krisko of the state Attorney General’s Office is prosecuting the case. She argued that going into more specifics wouldn’t be pertinent and could result in a drawn out trial. Defense attorney Brendan Kelly argued that the specific details ARE relevant in the case.
Attorneys are also at odds over admissibility of certain details in a 911 call Woizeschke placed immediately after she was shot. Judge Carl Petersen indicated he would make a ruling on the motions in coming days.
Trial for Goyne Yarns is scheduled to start next Tuesday, December 6th in Storm Lake with jury selection. The trial was moved to Buena Vista county on a change of venue.
(courtesy KUOO in Spirit Lake)