The preliminary exam for former Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon will resume Tuesday morning.
The hearing will be entering its fifth day, stretching over the course of several months. Prosecutors are trying to prove there’s enough evidence to send Simon to trial on charges of lying to police in the Larry Nassar investigation.
Simon is charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors in the case. She told police she knew a sports medicine doctor was under investigation in 2014, but did not know it was Nassar specifically. Prosecutors say that was a lie.
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