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Kinghorn, co- accused to return to court November 15
2012-10-03 08:56:35 | (0 Comments)
Rasbert Turner. Gleaner Writer
Attorney-at-law Sean Kinghorn and his co-accused are to return to the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on November 15.
Kinghorn, his secretary Ruth Spencer and St Catherine farmer Linton Campbell are facing forgery and conspiracy to defraud charges.
They are accused of illegally creating a will for a St Ann woman in 2008.
Yesterday, the court was informed that the woman’s family had secured the services of an independent handwriting expert.
The disclosure came after the prosecution’s original expert failed to declare her qualification to the court.
Two handwriting experts for the defence have submitted documents to the court indicating that the will was not falsified.
Kinghorn and his co-accused were arrested in July, after the woman’s relatives contested the authenticity of her will.
They have denied any wrongdoing.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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