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Shamas denies Bravo defense motion

June 24, 2011 • Local News

Accused murderer Ramon Bravo appeared in District Court, Wednesday, after defense attorney S. Douglas Jones Witt filed an in limine motion that would have prevented the State from presenting the posthumous testimony given by Donald Prince in a 2006 civil suit bought by the Amos family against Bravo for the wrongful death of Susan Amos- Bravo.

Bravo is charged with first-degree murder for the May 2003 slaying of Amos- Bravo. Family members discovered Amos-Bravo’s body at her home at 1613 W. Walnut St. Medical investigators determined the cause of death to be a combination of strangula tion and multiple stab wounds to the neck.

The testimony in question came from an alleged jailhouse confession Bravo made to Prince, who died not long after the Amos family won its civil case. Jones Witt Login to read more

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