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Lawyer trying to bail out twin in separate case


HONOLULU (AP) -- The Latest on the case of a fatal crash involving twin sisters who had a troubled relationship

A defense attorney is trying to bail out his client on an unrelated case after a Maui judge found there was no probable cause for a murder charge in her twin sister's death.

Todd Eddins represents Alexandria Duval, whose previous name is Alison Dadow. Eddins says even though a judge ordered her release Wednesday, she's still in custody because of charges related to a previous arrest involving disorderly conduct.

Prosecutors say she intentionally caused her identical twin's death May 29 when she was behind the wheel of an SUV that plunged off a cliff. Her sister, Anastasia Duval, whose previous name was Ann Dadow, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Eddins says his client wants to travel to upstate New York in time for her sister's funeral.

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