Woman on trial over husband’s poisoning

A jury has been empanelled for the trial of Gem George-Eastman, who allegedly fed her husband small doses of poison until he died.

George-Eastman, who pleaded not guilty to the charge of murder, will return to the High Court on Monday when the trial will begin in the court of Justice Navindra Singh. She is represented by defence counsel Peter Hugh while the state’s case is being presented by prosecutor Konyo Thompson and Renita Singh.

George-Eastman, of 111 Meadowbrook, and a mother of four,  is accused of murdering her husband Aubrey Eastman on November 1, 2007.

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