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Date set for Capozzi trial

Cameron Capozzi will stand trial next February for the second degree murder of his mother.

The date for the Kelowna man’s trial was scheduled Monday, as the court heard the jury trial is expected to last 20 days

Capozzi, who is charged with murdering his mother Josephine (Babs) Capozzi in 2009, will be represented in court by Vancouver lawyer Peter Wilson.

Capozzi has not asked for bail and has remained in jail since his arrest.

 

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