Prosecutors say a Dothan woman armed herself with two knives the night a teen-ager was stabbed to death.
Thirty-year-old Patricia Hilliard is charged with murder and could be sentenced to life in prison if she's convicted.
Prosecutors told jurors during opening arguments that Hilliard argued with 16-year-old Andrew Hall earlier on the day he died. She then took two knives with her when she went looking for him to settle the dispute.
He was stabbed to death on a Dothan street.
Hilliard is still being held in the Houston County Jail on less than $0.5 million bond.
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