Jutting Is Fit to Plead to Charges in Hong Kong Murder Probe

November 24, 2014 4:18 AM

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Prosecutors were granted seven months to further investigate charges against Rurik Jutting, a former Bank of America Corp. (BAC:US) employee whose psychiatric reports said he’s fit to plead in a double-murder case in Hong Kong.

Prosecutors today said at least 28 weeks were needed to examine more than 200 exhibits. Eastern Magistrates Court Magistrate Bina Chainrai, after Jutting’s lawyers said they had no objection, ordered the Briton to be remanded until the next hearing on July 6.

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