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Defense Of Woman Accused Of Murdering Husband Asks To Suppress Evidence

(Portland, OR)  --  Defense lawyers for a Portland-based romance novelist accused of murdering her husband are requesting the suppression of some evidence against her.  Attorneys for Nancy Brophy say evidence gathered from the scene of the shooting that killed Daniel Brophy in 2018 was compromised by inexperienced officers.  The lawyers also claim that some search warrants served against her contained no probable cause.  Trial is slated to begin in September.

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