Barbara Gayle, Staff Reporter
Thirty-six-year-old teacher, Francine Miller-Douglas, who is charged with four counts of murder had her bail extended in the Home Circuit Court.
She is charged jointly with Don Leslie Harley and Valbert Harley, of Kingston addresses.
They are charged with the murder of four men who were shot dead on July 1, 2009 at the Live Wire Sports Bar, formerly La Roose, on Port Henderson Road, St Catherine.
Attorney-at-law Linton Walters in applying for an adjournment yesterday told the court that Don Leslie Harley had met in an accident and suffered brain injury.
Walters said his client was having difficulty with his memory and was not able to assist in the preparation of his defence.
Walter said based on the doctor's report the accused needed another eight months for further assessment.
Justice Llloyd Hibbert put off the case for the government psychiatrist to examine the accused.