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Judge Grants Lindsay Shiver Permission to Return to U.S. Amidst Murder Plot Trial

In a significant development in the ongoing case involving an alleged murder plot, American housewife Lindsay Shiver has been granted permission by a Supreme Court judge to return to the United States pending her trial.

Shiver, along with her Bahamian boyfriend Terrance Bethel and his friend Faron Newbold Jr., faces trial over accusations of conspiring to murder her estranged husband, Robert Shiver.

Under the conditions of her $100,000 bail, Shiver had previously surrendered her passport to the American embassy. However, her attorney, Owen Wells, successfully argued before the court that her inability to travel to the U.S. had taken a toll on her, requesting permission for her to return to reunite with her children.

“Lindsay is thankful the court has agreed to let her return to the U.S. so she can see her children. Her attorneys will continue to prepare for trial, and we look forward to vigorously defending Lindsay because she is innocent,” stated Wells.

The alleged murder conspiracy came to light on July 16 when police, questioning Terrance Bethel about an unrelated crime, stumbled upon the details of the sinister plot.

Prosecutors assert that Shiver, Bethel, and Newbold devised a plan to kill Robert Shiver.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the case has captured public attention, drawing focus on the intricate details of this complex and dramatic saga.

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