A mother-of-two locked up in a Dominican Republic jail without charge for over a year, is feared to have cancer. Nicole Reyes' mother, Jeanette, told ITV News her daughter has expressed her fears she'll leave the Dominican Republic "in a wooden box."
The mother of a woman being held in prison in the Dominican Republic has flown over to see her. Nicole Reyes from Cardiff has been held without charge for more than a year. Her family have now been told they'd have to pay over £170,000 for her bail. Ailsa Chalk reports.
The family of a Cardiff woman who's been held for 10 months without charge in the Dominican Republic say they fear for her health. Nicole Reyes still hasn't been released - even after her family paid an agreed £40,000. Tom Sheldrick reports.
The lawyer representing a woman from Cardiff, who has been held in a jail in the Dominican Republic for nine months, has told ITV News that they are trying to move her trial to another town on the island.
Eduardo Trueba says they don't believe they can get a fair trial because of local media reporting of the case. He says it is very unusual to appeal for a case to be moved, and they would need "strong proof for this to happen."
Mother-of-two Nicole Reyes is accused of killing her husband, who died after her car is thought to have hit the motorbike he was travelling on.
Nicole's family says she is being held without charge.
It's not going that well. We are actually trying to move the case. The reason for this is that a very bad atmosphere has been created against Nicole Reyes, and basically the whole town thinks that Nicole is guilty.