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AustraliaJudge 'unhappy' with Perth woman's time spent in jail awaiting murder trial

07:55  11 february  2019
07:55  11 february  2019 Source:   watoday.com.au

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A Supreme Court judge has raised concerns over the length of time a 21-year-old Perth woman accused of murder will spend in custody awaiting trial.

Aya Hishmeh faced the WA Supreme Court on Monday via video link from Bandyup prison; she stands charged with murdering Jacob Cummins and attempting to kill teenagers Robert Bell, Augustine Janga, Mark Kickett and Anwre Ige.

Jacob Cummins, 17, was killed after Ms Hishmeh allegedly ran him down with her car, while four of his friends were seriously injured.

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The alleged incident followed a brawl at a McDonald’s involving rival groups of youths in Canning Vale on December 7, 2017.

Ms Hishmeh has pleaded not guilty to all charges against her.

Justice Michael Corboy said on Monday he was concerned the trial had been listed for November this year, by which time Ms Hishmeh would have spent almost two years in custody.

He added he was “very unhappy” at the prospect of Ms Hishmeh not standing trial for many more months.

“I am concerned by the timing of the trial,” Justice Corboy said. “Why would the state not be ready for a trial earlier than November?”

A state prosecutor told the court a reason for the November listing was that another trial was due to take place in August, which related to the earlier incident at the McDonald’s outlet.

The same civilian witnesses would give evidence at both trials, the prosecutor said.

An expert crash witness and the mother of Mr Cummins were also unavailable on certain dates, the court was told.

Ms Hishmeh’s trial is expected to run for 20 days.

Justice Corboy remanded Ms Hishmeh in custody for a status conference hearing later this month.

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