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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A guilty plea to a reduced reckless driving charge was pushed back to Monday for a woman who had been accused of trying to kill two schoolgirls she blamed for fighting with her daughter at a Las Vegas-area high school. Fatima Mitchell remained in custody Wednesday while a Clark County District Court judge rescheduled proceedings to allow Mitchell’s attorney to be present. Defense attorney Roger Bailey said Tuesday that Mitchell will face a possible sentence of one to six years in prison for her plea to a felony charge stemming from a March 28 crash near the school in Henderson. But Bailey says Mitchell will seek a mental health evaluation and probation under a Clark County court diversion program.