Claremont Trial adjourns for 2019 – focus to shift to fibre and DNA next year
The Claremont Serial Killer trial has wrapped up for this year in the WA Supreme Court to resume next month.
More than 100 witnesses have given evidence in the first three-and-a-half weeks of the trial for Bradley Edwards who’s pleaded not guilty to the murders of three young women.
Nine News reporter Tegan Sapwell – who’s been sitting in on proceedings – says, when the case resumes in the second week of January, it’s expected the focus will shift to fibre and D-N-A evidence.
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