Wife-killer appeal bid blocked as ‘waste of court time’
NAT Fraser’s fresh battle to overturn his conviction for the murder of his estranged wife has been dealt a major blow.
A judge has said that his appeal would be a waste of court time after reading the paperwork his legal team has submitted.
A process known as “the sift" is designed to weed out cases which have little or no chance of success, without the need for a full hearing at the Court of Criminal Appeal in Edinburgh.
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