April 6 for woman in stabbing case

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February 08, 2016

WESTERN BUREAU:

The case against a St James woman, who reportedly stabbed another woman during a dispute recently, has been set for mention before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on April 6.

Nadine Wilson, of a Montego Bay address, is charged with unlawful wounding committed against Kadian Spence. She was given the new court date when her case was mentioned on Wednesday.

Although the allegations were not outlined, it is understood that the complainant suffered 11 stab wounds during an altercation with Wilson.

Attorney-at-law Albert Morgan, who has a watching-brief in the matter on behalf of Spence, told presiding magistrate Sandria Wong-Small that his client was not interested in attending mediation with the accused Wilson, due to the nature of her injuries.

At the same time, Wilson's attorney, Henry McCurdy, noted that his client had also filed a complaint with the police against Spence.

Meanwhile, the court was told that Spence's medical certificate was outstanding from the prosecution's case file, but it had been applied for.

RM Wong-Small subsequently set the matter for mention on April 6, while ordering Wilson to submit her fingerprints to the police.

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