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William Chaplin murder case will go to Supreme Court | The Border Mail

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A man has been committed to stand trial in the NSW Supreme Court for the alleged murder of William Chaplin at Gerogery a decade ago. He will now be arraigned before the court in Sydney on April 9, with a trial not expected to begin until at least the end of this year. The man, who cannot be named as he was a minor at the time of the alleged offence in 2010, appeared relieved when committed on Tuesday morning by Albury Local Court magistrate Richard Funston. Director of Public Prosecutions representative Caitlin Murphy had asked for an adjournment of four weeks as her office sought to align the man’s case with that of co-accused, Paul Anthony Watson, who having been extradited from Victoria has now also been…



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