A woman accused of murder in the death of her boyfriend has a new team of attorneys representing her as she awaits trial.
26-year-old Kela Moss is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 25-year-old Brendon Brown; she was arrested in November, after coming to DeKalb’s police headquarters to report an incident involving him in the apartment they shared. Police were given permission to enter, and found Brown strangled to death; she says she did so in self-defense.
The Daily Chronicle says Moss is now being represented in court by attorneys from Camic Johnson Limited in Aurora; they were in court Tuesday, filing discovery motions for the prosecution’s records and list of witnesses.
Moss is being held on $750,000 bond, and has twice been turned down by Judge Robbin Stuckert on her requests to lower bond to $50,000.