Singapore’s Supreme Court building. The case of an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of a lesser murder charge will resume in October to hear new arguments after she chose to qualify her plea of guilt. Photo: Handout Singapore’s Supreme Court building. The case of an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of a lesser murder charge will resume in October to hear new arguments after she chose to qualify her plea of guilt. Photo: Handout
Singapore’s Supreme Court building. The case of an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of a lesser murder charge will resume in October to hear new arguments after she chose to qualify her plea of guilt. Photo: Handout

Indonesian domestic worker who stabbed Singapore employer 100 times has murder conviction set aside

  • Daryati was convicted of a reduced murder charge in April for brutally killing employer Seow Kim Choo and attempting to murder her husband in 2016
  • The 28-year-old will now pursue a diminished responsibility defence, meaning the conviction was set aside for the court to hear new arguments

Topic |   Singapore
Singapore’s Supreme Court building. The case of an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of a lesser murder charge will resume in October to hear new arguments after she chose to qualify her plea of guilt. Photo: Handout Singapore’s Supreme Court building. The case of an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of a lesser murder charge will resume in October to hear new arguments after she chose to qualify her plea of guilt. Photo: Handout
Singapore’s Supreme Court building. The case of an Indonesian domestic worker convicted of a lesser murder charge will resume in October to hear new arguments after she chose to qualify her plea of guilt. Photo: Handout
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