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CanadaMontreal man pleads not guilty to 2nd-degree murder in 2017 death of wife

02:55  08 january  2019
02:55  08 january  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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DOVER, N .H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man has pleaded not guilty to second- degree murder in the deaths of his wife and his father. The New Hampshire attorney general's office says the bodies of 43-year-old Joanna Colella and 69-year-old Francis Colella were found at a home in Dover on Monday

Updated: October 5, 2017 7:18 am. Saskatchewan man pleads guilty to It was a tear-filled courtroom, as John Strang pleaded guilty to second- degree murder Wednesday in the death of The Crown said Strang alienated his wife from her friends and family, and that Lisa’s parents disliked

Montreal man pleads not guilty to 2nd-degree murder in 2017 death of wife © Giuseppe Valiante/Canadian Press Michel Cadotte, charged with second-degree murder in the death of his wife, Jocelyne Lizotte, is shown at the Montreal courthouse in July 2017, when he was released on bail.

Michel Cadotte, 57, appeared before a Quebec Superior Court justice in Montreal Monday and pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his wife, Jocelyne Lizotte.

Lizotte, 60, was found dead at the Centre d'hébergement Émilie-Gamelin, the long-term care institution where she had been living, on Feb. 20, 2017.

Cadotte has been free on bail since July 2017, after a judge ruled he did not believe the defendant posed a risk to the public.

Lawyers for the Crown and the defence began debating pre-trial motions Monday.

Jury selection is scheduled to begin next week. The trial is expected to last about six weeks.

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