Attorneys for Susan Baffour said they needed more time to review the large amount of evidence in the complicated case.
DENVER — The trial for the woman charged with first-degree murder related to the death of her 8-year-old great-nephew in Denver last summer is being delayed as her defense team seeks additional records they claim are being withheld by the medical examiner’s office.
Susan Baffour was scheduled for trial in July but during a court hearing on Friday, her trial was delayed until November. She’s charged with the death of Dametrious Wilson. She was allocated parental rights for him and his older sister in 2017 after the children were removed from their mother’s custody.
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