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Source:  AP

A Los Angeles judge on Sunday postponed the murder trial of multimillionaire New York real estate heir Robert Durst for three weeks over fears of the transmission of the new coronavirus.

Superior Court Judge Mark E. Windham announced that the trial, which had been underway for six days and is expected to take five months, will stand adjourned until April 6.

Durst is on trial for the killing of his friend Susan Berman in her home in December 2000.  Prosecutors argued in opening statements that Durst shot Berman because she knew Durst had killed his wife, who disappeared in 1982.

The long-awaited trial had been in the works for five years, since Durst’s arrest in the case on the eve of the airing of the final episode of “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.”  The HBO documentary included interviews with Durst that helped lead to him being charged.

Watch “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst” on HBO.

Read the story at AP.


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