The family of a woman cleared of trying to help her friend commit suicide say she should never have been prosecuted.
Amelia Caller known to her friends and family as Milly was charged with "encouraging or assisting" the suicide of Emma Crossman, who was found dead at her Lincolnshire home in January last year.
Today a jury at Lincoln Crown Court took just under five hours to clear her of the charge, Her family and friends were in tears after the verdict was announced. Kate Hemingway reports
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