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Seng Chenda’s lawyerurges verdict delay

Seng Chenda’s lawyerurges verdict delay

Lim Vanna, lawyer for Seng Chenda in her attempted murder trial, urged the court to delay it’s planned verdict today on technical grounds that it had not ruled on his request that his client be released during the pre-trial phase. Phnom Penh Municipal Court Judge Sin Visal said yesterday that the verdicts for Seng Chenda and four suspected accomplices charged with attempting to murder the daughter of her husband  Khao Chuly’s daughter from a previous marriage, will be issued as scheduled.

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