GRAND RAPID, Mich. (WOOD) - The Calhoun County Prosecutor filed a motion to revoke Lorinda Swain's bond.
Swain will have a hearing on the morning of Jan. 3 in Calhoun County court to further review the issue.
In 2002, Swain was convicted of sexually assaulting her son, Ronnie, and she was sentenced to between 25 and 50 years in prison. Ronnie recanted his story in 2006.
Swain maintained her innocence and fought for years for a new trial.
Last year, a Calhoun County judge heard testimony from new witnesses, and not only ordered a new trial, but set Swain free on bond.
The judge went as far to say that with the new evidence, he didn't think Swain would be convicted again.
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