Ms. Isaac later told the police and prosecutors that her husband died of cancer about two years ago.
After waiting all day for the indictment, her attorney told prosecutors she would return there the next morning.
In April, with a trial date approaching, the woman told prosecutors that she did not want to proceed.
"Trust me, something will happen by the end of the year," she told prosecutors.
"I certainly thought that giving these gifts was helpful," he told prosecutors.
The family business, he told prosecutors, was real estate.
"I made a stink but couldn't get an application," she told prosecutors.
The two men have told prosecutors they had no involvement in the killing.
"He or she might also be able to tell prosecutors whether what you're working on has any relevance to the state's case."
"I don't see that it's of any importance, really," he told prosecutors.