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Reiser Pleads Not Guilty to Murdering His Wife

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The estranged husband of a missing woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to her murder.

Hans Reiser, 42, appeared in Alameda County Superior Court briefly to enter the plea to a sole count of murder. The computer software engineer remains held without bail at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin.

Reiser was arrested in October, about a month after his wife disappeared. Authorities have said they found Nina Reiser's blood in his home and car. The body of the Russian immigrant, however, has not been found.

A preliminary hearing was set for Dec. 11.

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New Evidence Unveiled Against Hans Reiser

Hans Reiser's attorney Bill Dubois said Tuesday he hasn't seen all the evidence in the case and just learned prosecutors have potentially damaging tape recorded statements. Even so, he said the case against his client is not very strong.

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