SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 News) - A nearly 20-year-battle with the court system ends for this week for convicted murderer Debra Brown.
A jury convicted her of killer her boss Lael Brown in 1993.
Information from two witnesses exonerated her in 2011.
The state of Utah is appealing the decision to exonerate her Sept. 4.
"I didn't believe it. After we did the victory dance, here we go again. I sobbed a lot," said Debra Brown when she first learned about the appeal.
The Attorney General is not seeking to put Debra Brown back in prison. His goal is to set a higher standard for overturning a murder conviction.
He's hoping to send a message with this appeal.
The appeal begins in the Matheson Courthouse Sept. 4 at 9:00 a.m. It will last 40 minutes.