A brief of evidence outlining the prosecution case against an Albury man charged with killing his partner in late April has been completed.
That was revealed in Albury Local Court this week when Greg Trimmings’ matter was briefly mentioned.
The court was told the case against Trimmings needed to be adjourned to allow charge certification to take place.
Magistrate Rodney Brender adjourned the case against Trimmings, 43, who unlike this week must appear at the next mention, on December 4, by way of audio-video link.
Trimmings and his 46-year-old partner had only moved to the area from South Australia in December.
It is alleged the woman died from head injuries inflicted by Trimmings in their Olive Street unit, resulting in an upgrading of an assault occasioning actual bodily harm charge to murder.
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