The plea hearing of Echuca’s Tracey Kerr starts in Melbourne’s Supreme Court today.August 4, 2014 3:33am
The plea hearing of Echuca’s Tracey Kerr will start today in Melbourne’s Supreme Court.
The Echuca woman, 42, was found guilty in May of manslaughter for the stabbing death of Doug Barrett, 65, on May 26, 2012.
Kerr was found not guilty of murder.
She has been remanded in custody until the plea hearing, which is expected to include victim impact statements from the Crown and mitigating evidence from the defence.
Both parties are also expected to talk about the appropriate sentencing range, before the judge retires to consider the sentence.
Shepparton girl Estelle O'Keeffe moving to Los Angeles after being accepted into American Musical and Dramatic Academy.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala Cricket Club A Grade team lost its semi-final clash against Bruck on the weekend, bringing to an end their 2014-2015 season.
On March 5, Member for Northern Victoria Wendy Lovell visited the Tatura Guides, to speak about leadership and also of her experiences when she was a Guide.
District football clubs are adamant their players are not using ice before games to enhance their on-field performances.
The 28th Fleche Opperman 24-hour team time-trial finished in Rochester last Sunday as exhausted cyclists rolled into town shortly after sunrise.
Two teams, two premierships for Kyabram
A new project developed by Mitchell Shire Youth Council members.
The 2015 Emirates Melbourne Cup will feature at the first ever Finley Autumn Cup in Berrigan on Saturday.
Heathcote Primary School students are asking the community to show their support for student efforts to stamp out bullying.
A group of Cobram Secondary College will travel to Borneo later this year to participate in the World Challenge.
Three Deniliquin players have been named in the Murray Valley Cricket Association’s Team of the Year.
The biannual Poll Dorset Conference at Moama last week heard breed associations worldwide are being challenged to innovate and remain relevant to their members and customers.
This week, a hundred years ago, Ataturk founded the republic of Turkey. Meanwhile in Benalla, nominations closed for the Benalla Cup horse races.
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