She and Rolf had both been drinking, even though it was well before noon. Less than a month earlier, Paula had suggested in a Facebook post that Paris ('the same dog that bit me') was ready to die at 13, noting that she was 91 in 'dog years'.
On the fateful morning, she continued to berate Rolf on the same issue, arguing that it was time to put his beloved Akita down.
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A woman who senselessly shot her husband after insisting it was time to put his dog down in a drunken mid-morning fight is going to prison for murder.
After the verdict, the lawyer said that after Paula is released from prison, 'she will not be returning to alcohol.'Jurors recommended a sentence of 14 years, which a judge will approve or reduce, but not exceed, at a future hearing.'He was a pleasant guy.
Everybody around here liked him,' neighbor Jeff Schneider said of Rolf.
'He was the kind of guy you could have a conversation with him about anything - baseball, politics, maritime stuff. And he was always there when you needed advice.'He was particularly fond of his dog Paris, a 13-year-old female Akita.
After he married Paula, though, Rolf withdrew from his friends and family, his sons from a prior marriage Alex and Eric Marshall told jurors.'For the last 10 years, everything has been different,' Eric testified.