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Bail appeal scheduled

Bail appeal scheduled

THE APPEAL Court will hold a hearing next Tuesday concerning a bail request by Seng Chanda, the wife of local tycoon Khaou Chuly, her lawyer said. Seng Chanda is being held on attempted murder charges for allegedly conspiring to kill Suv Chantha, her husband’s daughter by his first wife. The Municipal Court denied her initial bail request last month. Seng Chanda’s lawyer, Lim Vanna, said he saw no reason for his client to be held in pretrial detention, adding that she suffers from a range of health problems.

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