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Lowell woman unsuccessfully challenges court’s authority

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by Joseph Gresser

NEWPORT—Shylo Boudreau, 35, of Lowell appeared in court Monday for what was supposed to be a routine arraignment — the court hearing where a person charged with a crime pleads innocent or guilty.

Things did not go as they normally do, when asked whether she wanted to plead innocent or guilty to two felony charges of custodial interference and to a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest, Ms. Boudreau confounded Judge Lisa Warren, who was sitting in the Criminal Division of Orleans County Superior Court, by saying, “I’m here on special visitation.”

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