Murder Suspects Set Free as High Court Upholds No-Case Submission

Murder Suspects Set Free as High Court Upholds No-Case Submission

Camryn Lozano and Albert Gill who were on trial for murder, were set free today after the High Court upheld a no-case submission from their attorney. The men appeared before Justice Candace Nanton for the July 2020 murder of twenty-two-year-old Edgert Baldwin. In her ruling, Justice Nanton said that the statement given by the deceased and a slipper recovered from the scene which allegedly had the blood of one of the accused, was insufficient. Attorney for Lozano and Gill, Senior Council Hubert Elrington, says the case will set a precedent for future cases in this area of law.

Baldwin was shot dead on Mirage Road in Ladyville on July 20, 2020. At the time his death was believed to be in retaliation for the murder of Lozano’s brother

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