Accused murderer Kenny Green will find out Friday if he was successful in a bail review at Newfoundland Supreme Court in St. John's.
Accused murderer Kenny Green sits in Newfoundland Supreme Court this morning. — Photo by Rosie Gillingham/The Telegram
The bail review hearing was held on Thursday.
Bail review in Newfoundland Supreme Court today for accused murderer
Accused murderer Kenny Green is looking to have a judge reconsider his bail and release him from jail.
Green is in Newfoundland Supreme Court this morning for a bail review.
Defence lawyer Randy Piercey is representing Green. Sheldon Steeves is the Crown prosecutor.
Green has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder.
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Green, 35, is accused of killing 47-year-old Joey Whalen, who died in hospital on March 17, 2013, two days after he was taken there by ambulance from a house on Tessier Place in downtown St. John's.
Green was arrested after the incident and has been in custody ever since.
Last month, he was acquitted of a charge of conspiring to escape lawful custody from the Waterford Hospital in April.
Justice William Goodridge is on the bench for the bail review.