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Attorneys agree to delay murder case against Fargo man

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FARGO – Prosecutors in a case against a Fargo man accused of killing his wife and then calling police to pass it off as a suicide agreed on Thursday to delay his case, saying they’re still getting evidence.

Ronald Rogers, 46, was charged Feb. 23 in Cass County District Court with murdering his wife, Elizabeth. A conviction on the Class AA felony murder charge could carry a lifetime prison sentence without chance for parole.

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