Decision delayed in fatal party punch

Tiffany Startz, right, leaves the Will County Courthouse in Joliet today after a judge postponed ruling on whether to drop charges against her after she allegedly threw a fatal punch during a party game in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO1001005012770000" title="Crest Hill" href="/topic/us/illinois/will-county/crest-hill-PLGEO1001005012770000.topic">Crest Hill</a> that killed <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST001604" title="John Powell" href="/topic/arts-culture/john-powell-PEHST001604.topic">John Powell</a>. Police said Powell had accepted a $5 bet to be punched in the face by Startz. <a href="http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/news/local/ct-met-fatal-punch-hearing-0517-20110516,0,6768502.story" target="new">Read more&nbsp;&#62;&#62;</a>
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( David Pierini, Chicago Tribune / May 17, 2011 )

Tiffany Startz, right, leaves the Will County Courthouse in Joliet today after a judge postponed ruling on whether to drop charges against her after she allegedly threw a fatal punch during a party game in Crest Hill that killed John Powell. Police said Powell had accepted a $5 bet to be punched in the face by Startz. Read more >>

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