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Murdering son: Court to rule Nov 3

13th September, 2017

KOTA KINABALU: The High Court fixed Nov 3 for ruling whether the prosecution had raised a prima facie case against the case of a Filipino lorry driver who is charged with murdering his eight-year-old son.

Judge Datuk Nurchaya Hj Arshad fixed the date for Aldwin Rojas Saz, 40, after the prosecution closed its case yesterday.

The prosecution had called nine witnesses to testify.

The court also fixed Oct 2, for the defence counsel to submit her submissions while the prosecution to reply on or before Oct 23.

Aldwin is accused of killing Rojas Jonvin on Feb 18, last year at 2am in a house behind the Wangsa sawmill in Nabawan.

He is charged under Section 302 of the Penal Code which provides a mandatory death sentence, upon conviction. Aldwin, who is represented by counsel Farazwin Haxdy, will be remanded further as the charge against him has no provision for bail. Deputy Public Prosecutor Gan Peng Kun prosecuted the case. – ECA

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