STANFORD — A Kings Mountain woman whose husband has pleaded guilty to incest is facing a trial in March for charges she was complicit in her husband's actions.
Judge David A. Tapp has scheduled a trial for Rhonda Robinson, 47, to begin 9 a.m. March 25.
Robinson and her husband, Timothy, were indicted in October on charges Timothy Robinson had sex with a 15-year-old girl.
Timothy Robinson initially faced four counts of incest, four counts of unlawful transaction with a minor and one count of using a minor in a sexual performance.
Rhonda Robinson was charged with complicity to each of the nine counts against her husband.
On Feb. 5 — the day his trial was slated to begin — Timothy Robinson pleaded guilty to one count of incest and one count of using a minor in a sexual performance, a plea bargain that included a recommended sentence of 20 years.
At a court appearance for Rhonda Robinson Friday, her public defender, Jenny Sanders, told Tapp she is going to begin requesting evidence from the state in preparation for the trial, but "we're still at this point negotiating a plea."
"I believe there are some social services records out there and some doctor's reports," she said. "I'll go ahead and request those from the Commonwealth and that way we'll be ready to go if it doesn't work out."