Email By court reporter Meagan Dillon Posted April 07, 2020 21:04:40 Photo: Wendie-Sue Dent in a police interview. (Supplied: Supreme Court of South Australia) Related Story: Alleged killer sent texts saying her partner died of asbestosis, court told Related Story: ‘Oh rubbish’: Accused killer reacts to pathology report of partner’s poison death Related Story: ‘They were affectionate’: Defence outlines case in trial of accused murderer Wendie-Sue Dent Map: Adelaide 5000 New South Wales woman Wendie-Sue Dent, who was accused of poisoning her partner with prescription medication in 2015, has been found guilty of murder by a South Australian Supreme Court jury. Key points:David Lawrence was found dead in his Morphett Vale home in December 2015His partner Wendie-Sue Dent was accused of giving him a fatal dose of medicationProsecutors alleged her motivation was to inherit Mr Lawrence’s $300,000 estate Dent, 62, killed her partner David Lawrence by giving him a fatal dose of her own medication, including morphine, at his Adelaide home on his birthday weekend.Prosecutors alleged Dent murdered Mr Lawrence to inherit his $300,000 estate.The jury took six hours to reach its verdict.In a statement, Mr Lawrence’s siblings — Phillip, Sue, Kym, Tracy and Rodney Lawrence — said they would… Read full this story
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