A Colorado woman charged in the "Jihad Jane" terrorism case has had a change of heart.
A notice filed in federal court Friday said that Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, 32, of Leadville, about 100 miles west of Denver, now intends to plead guilty Tuesday to one count of conspiring to provide material aid to terrorists. She had been expected to stand trial on May 2.
Jeremy Ibrahim, Paulin-Ramirez's attorney, confirmed that she would plead guilty, but he declined further comment.
Paulin-Ramirez surrendered to authorities here in April after returning from Ireland and has since been in federal custody.