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May 25, 2016

A Date for Decision in Calaney Flowers Murder Trial is Set

Calaney Flowers

Thirty-year-old Calaney Flowers, a former employee of Atlantic Bank who is accused of the vehicular homicide of her ex-boyfriend, appeared before Justice Troadio Gonzalez today.  Flowers has also been charged for the attempted murder of Sochil Sosa, the girlfriend of Lyndon Morrison who was killed during the incident.  The murder trial is winding down and this morning Sosa was cross-examined by attorney Arthur Saldivar who subsequently entered a no case submission.  Saldivar in his submission asked the court to seriously consider that Morrison may have caused his own death since, according to his girlfriend; he was speeding and could not slow down.  Saldivar then went on to say that the collision was an accident and that Morrison crashed into a pickup truck that was parked in front of Central Christian School.  The case against Flowers began last Tuesday before Justice Gonzalez and is being prosecuted by Crown Counsel Sheneiza Smith.  The matter is a trial by judge without jury and a ruling has been deferred to May thirtieth.

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