Attorney: ‘Affluenza Effect' Swayed Judge to Lower Bond of McKinney Woman Accused in Husband's Murder

A Collin County judge Friday reduced the bond for a McKinney woman accused of killing her husband from $1.5 million to $140,000.And Craig Watkins, the attorney for the victim's family, said it's because of the "affluenza effect."Morgan Leigh Sims, 33, was arrested on a murder charge in the death of Daray Vontrell Sims, 37. Sims was shot to death in April at the couple's home. Morgan Sims has told police her husband abused her.  Continue reading...

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