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Trial postponed to 2017 for men accused of killing attorney Clover Graham

Published:Monday | October 10, 2016 | 11:44 AM

The trial of the three men accused of killing well-known attorney Clover Graham failed to get underway in the Home Circuit Court today.

Instead Justice Gloria Smith has ordered that the accused: Simeon Lewis, Quron Patterson and Shannon Campbell are to return to court on January 9 next year.

"Unfortunately another case is in progress so your case cannot proceed today," Justice Smith explained.

Graham’s body was found with the throat slashed on the infield of the Caymanas Polo Club in St Catherine on August 19, 2014.

The Crown is alleging that Graham who worked at the Legal Aid Clinic in Kingston was taken from her home and then murdered.

Graham also lectured at the University of Technology and the Norman Manley Law School on the Mona campus of The University of the West Indies.