Queen’s Counsel Michael Lashley today revealed that he had made a bail application in the High Court for a female murder accused.
The defence attorney was addressing Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant as he appeared on behalf of 34-year-old fish boner Verna Isilma Vasilka Cuffy and 24-year-old labourer Dave Fedel Aristide James, both of Wavell Gardens, Black Rock, St Michael.
The two are charged with the September 7, 2018 murder of fish vendor Stephen “Molly” Small.
The accused have been on remand at Dodds for the past six months since their first appearance before the magistrate.
Lashley told the magistrate that he and his team of Dayna Taylor-Lavine and Kadisha Wickham will return to the High Court on May 10, 2019 in relation to an application made on accused Cuffy’s behalf.
Following the announcement the magistrate again remanded the two for a further 28-days.
Cuffy, is also facing September 8, 2018 charges of possession of cannabis and cultivation of the plants.
The accused will return to the No. 1 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on April 25.
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