In August 2014, Curtis Lovelace was arrested for the 2006 murder of his first wife, Cory. He spent 17 months in jail, held on $5 million bond, as he awaited trial. His current wife, Christine, tells "48 Hours" what it has been like to have her husband
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Published: 2021-04-14 02:44 am
Christine Lovelace on coping while husband is in jail
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