OXFORD, Miss. (AP) ¿ A woman accused of laundering some of the $10 million her husband allegedly embezzled from a Tennessee company is scheduled to stand trial in federal court Feb. 1. Federal court records say Danielle J. Williams withdrew more than $300,000 from accounts where her husband allegedly put the stolen money. She pleaded not guilty Dec. 10. He trial will be held in U.S. District Court in Oxford. Walter Thomas Williams III, also known as Thom W. Williams, was indicted in November on wire fraud charges for allegedly embezzling from his employer, Verso Paper Corp. in Memphis, Tenn. Thom Williams, of Hernando, Miss., was a financial analyst for Verso. He pleaded not guilty in Tennessee federal court Dec. 2.
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