The provisional detention measure for a 42-year-old lawyer, Zoraida Saucedo, involved in a case of double homicide in the San Antonio neighborhood, on October 27, 2017 was maintained on Monday. November 18.
The intermediate phase hearing was rescheduled for January 6.
The case is about the murder of Canadian Momir Kotlica, 62, and Panamanian Miguel Paz, 28, alias "Chicano." Both men were riddled with inside a residence in San Antonio. The prosecution argues that the lawyer allegedly seized property managed by Kotlica, and there are also charges of falsifying documents and public stamps.
The researcher graduated as a lawyer in 2002 and in 2003 achieved her suitability.
Saucedo also maintains a precautionary measure of provisional detention for the killing of another couple, Panamanian Mariela Vallarino, 46, and the Italian Fursio Ferrari, 76, a fact that occurred on December 27, 2017, in Las Cumbres.