The woman accused of driving into a crowd of people at the Oklahoma State University Homecoming parade in October, waived her right to a preliminary hearing in court Tuesday.
Adacia Chambers faces four counts of second degree murder in addition to 46 counts of felony assault for injuring dozens of others.
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Chambers is waiving her right to a preliminary hearing at the advice of her attorney. No evidence was presented in court today and a judge automatically held her over for trial.
Defense attorneys say a psychiatric evaluation in November Chambers indicated that she had a history of mental health treatment.
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Prosecutors wouldn't comment on today's developments.
News 9's Dana Hertneky is in the courtroom and will have a full report later today.