Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Saskatchewan Woman Convicted with Lover in Plot to Kill Spouses Appeals

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Saskatchewan Woman Convicted with Lover in Plot to Kill Spouses Appeals

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Woman convicted in plot by lovers to appeal

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PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - A Saskatchewan woman found guilty along with her lover of plotting to kill each other's spouse is appealing her conviction.

Angela Nicholson's paperwork has been filed by her lawyer in Saskatchewan's Court of Appeal.

A jury found Nicholson and Curtis Vey guilty of conspiracy to commit murder and each was sentenced earlier this month to three years in prison.

Nicholson's lawyer is arguing that the judge failed to properly explain to jurors what was required to convict on the conspiracy charge.

Ron Piche also argues that Nicholson would have had to follow through with the plan for guilt to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.

Vey's lawyer has indicated his client may also file an appeal.

Nicholson has applied for bail while her appeal makes its way through the court. …

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