TULSA - Evidence from the Amber Hilberling trial will be released in April.
Hilberling was found guilty March 18 of pushing her husband, Joshua, out the window of a high-rise apartment building.
The decision to release the evidence comes after Dateline NBC filed an open records request for more details, including evidence from the case.
Hilberling is scheduled to be sentenced April 23. She could serve up to 25 years in prison.
RELATED STORY - Jury finds Hilberling guilty in husband's death (http://bit.ly/Yl9ypy)
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