BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Monday morning Angelique Nash is set to face a second jury for the murder of 81-year-old Dorothy Sessions. Nash's sister, Katila, has already been sentenced to 25 to life and accomplice David Moses is set to serve a life sentence in prison.
The three teens are being charged as adults after allegedly breaking into Sessions home to steal things to buy drugs. That is when authorities say the teens attacked Sessions and brutally killed her.
Angelique was the alleged lookout but according to California law those convicted of aiding and abetting are equally guilty.
Nash's retrial is set to begin Monday morning.