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November 16, 2012
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Lawyer, two accused out on bail

RASBERT TURNER, STAR Writer

Attorney-at-law Sean Kinghorn along with two other accused persons will reappear in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on February 19 next year when their fraud case is expected to continue.

When the case came up for mention yesterday, the Crown's fingerprint expert was given until January 10 next year to declare to the court her certification as an expert.

It was revealed that on other occasions, she was given the opportunity to furnish the court with this information, however, the defence declared they are not satisfied with the delay in doing so.

Kinghorn was arrested and charged by the Organised Crime Investigation Division after being accused of forging and altering the will of a St Ann woman who had asked him to probate the same.

Following investigations by detectives, Kinghorn, a clerk and another accused were held and subsequently charged.

They are all out on $300,000 bail each. They are being represented by attorneys-at-law Danielle Archer and Dale Staple.

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