A WOMAN charged withstabbing her former boyfriend appeared in the Bunbury Supreme Court today(Monday).
Rachel Elizabeth Boyd isaccused of stabbing her former boyfriend, Trent John Panizza, at theirAustralind home after an argument on January 28.
Mr Panizza sustained astab wound to his chest and later died in hospital.
Miss Boyd has pleaded notguilty to murder and the trial is expected to take five days.
Both families of theaccused and the deceased were in the court for the opening statements from boththe prosecutor and the defence lawyer.
Prosecutor Robert Wilsonspent more than half an hour outlining details of the case in his openingaddress to the 15 jurors.
Linda Black isrepresenting Miss Boyd in the case, which is before Justice Stephen Hall.
Over the next five daysthe jury will hear from a range of witnesses, including family members andfriends of the deceased and accused as well as police, forensics experts, aneighbour and ambulance paramedic who was called to the stabbing.
The first witness calledtoday was the deceased man’s father, John Panizza.
Miss Boyd was released onbail in September from Bandyup Women’s Prison.
Trent Panizza, 29, died from a single stab wound to his chest on January 28.
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