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Haydon gets new attorney, trial date in Zemke murder

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Michael Haydon is accused of killing Kolbe and Kolbe truck driver Pat Zemke as he slept in the cab of his truck on an Interstate 39 off-ramp in November 2003.  Prosecutors believe Haydon shot Zemke because he wrongly believed that Zemke was having an affair with his ex-girlfriend.  Haydon is serving a 25-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting the woman hours before the alleged murder.
Michael Haydon is accused of killing Kolbe and Kolbe truck driver Pat Zemke as he slept in the cab of his truck on an Interstate 39 off-ramp in November 2003. Prosecutors believe Haydon shot Zemke because he wrongly believed that Zemke was having an affair with his ex-girlfriend. Haydon is serving a 25-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting the woman hours before the alleged murder.

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAU) – An accused killer from Plover has a new attorney and a new trial date.

Attorney Jeffrey Jazgar of Green Bay will represent Michael Haydon, who is scheduled to go on trial January 24, 2011. The trial is scheduled for two weeks.

Haydon is charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the November 2003 shooting death of Kolbe and Kolbe trucker Pat Zemke. Prosecutors believe Haydon killed Zemke in a case of mistaken identity, wrongly believing that Zemke was having an affair with an ex-girlfriend.

Zemke died in the cab of his truck on an I-39 off-ramp.

A Portage County judge let Haydon find a new attorney since he and his old lawyer disagreed on legal strategy.

Haydon is serving a 25-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting the ex-girlfriend hours before the alleged murder.

In January, the state Supreme Court upheld his conviction and refused to review his case on appeal. Haydon had claimed that the trial judge erred in not letting him introduce some taped phone messages between him and the woman.

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