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Woman, accused of starting fatal fire, wants a change of venue

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A woman, accused of starting a fatal fire in Coralville, wants her trial moved to a different county because the publicity on the case.

50-year-old Lillie Williams is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 14-year-old Raymone Bryant.

Williams' attorney has filed a motion for a change of venue.

A hearing to decide the trial's location is set for Friday.

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