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7-Member Jury For Inspector Twumasi Trial; Case Adjourned To August 281 min read

7-Member Jury For Inspector Twumasi Trial; Case Adjourned To August 28<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>

A seven-member jury has been convened to hear evidence and render an impartial verdict officially submitted to them by the High Court, on the murder of 27-year-old Victoria Dapaah aka Maadwoa.

The accused person, Inspector Twumasi, her boyfriend was given ten jurors and he chose seven out of the number.

The State Attorney gave the facts on how Inspector Twumasi shot Maadwoa to death on April 20, 2023, at Adum when he reappeared in Court for the trial today.

It was read from the autopsy report that Maadwoa was shot six times and died from hemorrhagic shock.

Inspector Twumasi was asked by the Court clerk if he is guilty, and he retorted “not guilty”.

The State Attorney prayed to the Judge, Her Lordship, Rosemary Baah to at least let them sit on the case twice before they go for a break.

Her Lordship, Rosemary Baah said she will be a ‘vacation judge’ and that she will sit in.

The case has been adjourned to August 28, 2023.

The lawyers for Inspector Twumasi cautioned the jurors not to rely on social media information and be mindful of their mandate.

However, the family said they are happy their Lawyer has pushed for the trial to continue during the break.

The head of the family, Eko)na Abusuapanin, Nana Addo bemoaned that the worries of the family are how Inspector Twumasi keeps on pleading not guilty in court.

Nana Addo expressed the hope that the trial will be done swiftly and justice will be served.

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