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For Better or For Worse: An Exclusive Interview with Christine Lovelace

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For the first time since Curtis Lovelace was arrested for the murder of his first wife, since the trial, the hung jury, the news that they would have to go through it all again, his wife, Christine, does an exclusive, sit-down interview with WGEM's Gene Kennedy.

Christine Lovelace tells her story, how they've survived it all, what she wants the people of Quincy to know and what she thinks happened.

For Better or for Worse, an exclusive interview with Christine Lovelace airs all this week on WGEM News at Ten.

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  • For Better or For Worse

    For Better or For Worse

    Imagine getting married, but less than a year later, your spouse is charged with murder. Christine Lovelace is living that story. Her husband may never come home, and while some believe he's guilty of a heinous crime, she's standing by him, for better or for worse. The memory of their wedding day brings joy to Christine Lovelace. "We have a love story," Christine said. "It's a beautiful love story." 

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    Imagine getting married, but less than a year later, your spouse is charged with murder. Christine Lovelace is living that story. Her husband may never come home, and while some believe he's guilty of a heinous crime, she's standing by him, for better or for worse. The memory of their wedding day brings joy to Christine Lovelace. "We have a love story," Christine said. "It's a beautiful love story." 

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  • For Better or For Worse: Curt Behind Bars

    For Better or For Worse: Curt Behind Bars

    He was once a prominent local prosecutor and Quincy School Board president, but for the last year and a half, Curtis Lovelace has spent his days in a jail cell after prosecutors say he murdered his first wife, Cory Lovelace. "It still hurts," Curt's current wife, Christine Lovelace, said. She married Curtis only eight months before police arrested him for murder. 

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    He was once a prominent local prosecutor and Quincy School Board president, but for the last year and a half, Curtis Lovelace has spent his days in a jail cell after prosecutors say he murdered his first wife, Cory Lovelace. "It still hurts," Curt's current wife, Christine Lovelace, said. She married Curtis only eight months before police arrested him for murder. 

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  • For Better or For Worse: If Curt Didn't Do It, What Happened?

    For Better or For Worse: If Curt Didn't Do It, What Happened?

    Eight years after his first wife, Cory, died, Quincy police arrested Curtis Lovelace for first-degree murder as he was leaving his Quincy law office. That was Aug. 27, 2014, and when a friend told his third and current wife, Christine, she was shocked. "I felt the tears coming down my face," Christine said.  A flood of emotions took over. Prosecutors accused Curt of suffocating Cory with a pillow on Valentine's Day, 2006. 

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    Eight years after his first wife, Cory, died, Quincy police arrested Curtis Lovelace for first-degree murder as he was leaving his Quincy law office. That was Aug. 27, 2014, and when a friend told his third and current wife, Christine, she was shocked. "I felt the tears coming down my face," Christine said.  A flood of emotions took over. Prosecutors accused Curt of suffocating Cory with a pillow on Valentine's Day, 2006. 

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  • For Better or For Worse: The Second Trial

    For Better or For Worse: The Second Trial

    Christine Lovelace sits down with Gene Kennedy.Christine Lovelace sits down with Gene Kennedy.

    After a hung jury in the Curtis Lovelace murder trial, the families involved will have to endure another trial. With a new trial date set for May 31, Lovelace's wife, Christine, is left searching for a new defense team.

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    After a hung jury in the Curtis Lovelace murder trial, the families involved will have to endure another trial. With a new trial date set for May 31, Lovelace's wife, Christine, is left searching for a new defense team.

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  • For Better or For Worse: The Mistrial

    For Better or For Worse: The Mistrial

    Christine Lovelace sits down and talks with Gene Kennedy.Christine Lovelace sits down and talks with Gene Kennedy.

    In Christine Lovelace's first television interview since her husband's murder trial ended with a hung jury earlier this month, she insists Curtis Lovelace did not murder his first wife. She's standing by him for better or for worse. "My children and I are devastated at the fact that there was a hung jury," Christine said. "We were prepared for something quite different than that." 

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    In Christine Lovelace's first television interview since her husband's murder trial ended with a hung jury earlier this month, she insists Curtis Lovelace did not murder his first wife. She's standing by him for better or for worse. "My children and I are devastated at the fact that there was a hung jury," Christine said. "We were prepared for something quite different than that." 

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  • Lovelace trial jurors split over whether fair retrial is possible in Adams County

    Lovelace trial jurors split over whether fair retrial is possible in Adams County

    Jurors Katie Venvertloh, Adam Buss and Theresa Tarr sit down to talk with WGEM News.Jurors Katie Venvertloh, Adam Buss and Theresa Tarr sit down to talk with WGEM News.

    It's been just more than a week since the Curtis Lovelace murder trial ended in a hung jury. In an exclusive interview, four jurors opened up about the breakdown behind closed doors, the moment they realized the families would have to go through another trial and their concerns about whether Curtis Lovelace can get a fair retrial. 

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    It's been just more than a week since the Curtis Lovelace murder trial ended in a hung jury. In an exclusive interview, four jurors opened up about the breakdown behind closed doors, the moment they realized the families would have to go through another trial and their concerns about whether Curtis Lovelace can get a fair retrial. 

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