Kitty woman to stand trial for 2017 killing of estranged husband

Lisa Halley

Charged in 2017 with killing her husband at Queen Street, Kitty, Lisa Keisha Halley was yesterday committed to stand trial for the crime.

The charge against Halley, of Lot 55 David Street, Kitty, alleges that on July 29, 2017, at Lot 30 Queen Street, Kitty, she unlawfully killed Dailson Halley.

In the courtroom of Magistrate Leron Daly, Halley learnt that there was sufficient evidence to require her to stand trial at the next practicable sitting of the Demerara Assizes.

Dailson Halley

Halley, who was granted $250,000 bail during her first court appearance, will remain on bail pending the start of the trial.

Dailson Halley, 30, who worked as a farmer and mason, succumbed to his injuries the same morning of the attack, at the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he had been taken for treatment.

It was reported that he was on the way to visit his two children when the attack occurred, although family members could not give an account of the events that transpired.

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