TN Supreme Court Upholds Lindsey Lowe Conviction

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The state Supreme Court upheld the conviction for a mother who murdered her newborn twins.

Lindsey Lowe smothered the infants after delivering them in 2011 then hid their bodies in a laundry basket.

Lowe wanted search warrant evidence suppressed in her trial because of a typo in the warrants.

The Sumner County court denied that motion, leading to her conviction.

She appealed, but the state's highest court agreed with the county's decision. Lowe is serving a more than 50-year sentence at Tennessee Prison for Women.

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