Trial dates are set for three of the four people charged in connection to the death of Amanda Taylor.
Taylor was strangled in the basement of a home in Muscle Shoals.
Her remains were then dumped on Gnat Pond Road.
All four suspects were set to appear in court Thursday, but all three waived their right to an arraignment.
Also, the judge denied Laurel Pruett's request for a bond reduction.
Trial is set for August 20th for Ronald Weems, charged with murder, and for Ashley Greenhill and Pruett, who are charged with abuse of a corpse and hindering prosecution.
Matthew Fox is asking for youthful offender status.
The judge has not yet ruled and his trial date has not been set.
He's charged with abuse of a corpse and hindering prosecution.
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