Kofhe Goodman Trial Postponed

Friday 24th, May 2013 / 08:55 Published by

The trial of a man accused of the murder of an 11-year-old boy did not proceed because of absent jurors.

Kofhe Goodman, 40, is on trial for the September 2011 murder of Marco Archer. Goodman has denied the allegation at his trial before Justice Bernard Turner.

The judge adjourned the trial to Friday because Goodman’s lawyer, Geoffrey Farquharson, will be in the Court of Appeal today.

Archer was last seen alive when he left his Brougham Street home on September 23, 2011 to go to a neighborhood store.

Prosecutors allege that police found his remains and clothing near the Cable Beach condominium where the accused lived.

Police sent the clothing as well as a blood sample taken from Goodman for DNA testing.

Garvin Gaskin, the deputy director of public prosecutions, Neil Brathwaite, the assistant director of public prosecutions, and Darell Taylor, appear for the Crown.

By Artesia Davis
Guardian Senior Reporter

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