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A new hearing date has been set in a case involving an Anderson woman charged with reckless homicide after her friend died from a methamphetamine overdose.


A new law authorities hope will help curb the body count from drug overdose deaths, or at least hold drug suppliers accountable, has not yet come into wide use in Indiana, but prosecutors remain confident it will have an impact.

Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Thursday in Madison Circuit Court Division 1 in the attempted murder trial of 24-year-old Demonae D. Lewis of Indianapolis.


Last week's decision to charge a woman with reckless homicide in the overdose death of a friend is not only a growing practice here in Madison County, but across the country as authorities try to find ways to curb the growing body count from drug overdose deaths.