Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2022. 12:01 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: We have been made to understand from the attorney for Jasmine Hartin, Richard “Dickie” Bradley, that she will be back in court on March 9 and again later this year.
The accused in the shooting death of Senior Superintendent of Police Henry Jemmott last May will hope to receive remaining disclosure in respect of that case ahead of a preliminary inquiry to determine whether the charges will proceed to the Supreme Court for trial.
According to Bradley, the charges of common assault on a hotel employee which allegedly occurred when Hartin tried to confront her ex-partner Andrew Ashcroft, and possession of a minute amount of cocaine the night Jemmott died, will be tried on June 9.
Hartin is out on bail but was unable to attend court in February due to having caught COVID-19.
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