The hearing for the sentencing of Cassie Louise Madsen which began telephonically July 28 in Clearwater County Courthouse with Judge Gregory FitzMaurice presiding, has been continued until Tuesday, Aug. 11, at noon.

Madsen was the person who drove Jessica Colpitts to the home of 23 year-old Samantha Fignani on May 22, 2017, who was shot at point blank range. In March of last year a jury trial found Colpitts guilty of first-degree murder. In September, she was sentenced to life imprisonment with 18 years fixed.

Madsen faces felony charges of aiding and abetting aggravated battery.

Madsen is represented by Attorney Tom Clark of Clark and Feeney.

The maximum sentence for aiding and abetting aggravated battery is 15 years in prison and up to $50,000 in fines/restitution.

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