A Brownsville, Texas, woman imprisoned for nine years in the slaying of her husband has been released on bond five months after an appeals court set aside her conviction based on findings that prosecutors had suppressed evidence that supported her claim that the death was a suicide. Susie Mowbray, 49, went home to await a new trial in the 1988 death of Bill Mowbray, who was her husband and a Cadillac dealer. Prosecutors said she shot him while he slept in order to collect $1.8 million in insurance. She said he shot himself. Mowbray's appeal was written in part by her son, law student Wade Burnett.