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Originally, the death of Ashley Fallis, a 28-year-old mother of three, was ruled a suicide.
Her family fought to have the case investigated as a murder and accused investigators of changing witnesses' testimony and omitting key evidence in police reports.
The case was reopened in April 2014 and a grand jury indicted her husband, Tom Fallis, a former Weld County jail deputy, on murder charges in November of that year
"'You guys wanted to get her ******* high!' He's yelling it at the top of his lungs as his wife lay dying on their bedroom floor," prosecutor Anthea Carrasco said at the beginning of her opening statement.
The prosecution said the crime scene evidence proves that Tom Fallis lied about Ashley shooting herself.