Vey/Nicholson ruling being appealed by Crown

The book isn’t closed on the Curtis Vey/Angela Nicholson case yet.  The lovers were acquitted last month on a charge of conspiracy to commit murder when the judge in the case ruled an Ipod containing a secret recording of the pair where they talked about killing their spouses was inadmissible meaning the Crown had no evidence.

The Crown says the judge in the case erred when making that decision.

The pair had originally been found guilty in 2016, but the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ordered a new trial in 2018 citing mistakes had been made by the presiding judge when addressing the jury about the charge.

It is not known when the case will be heard.



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