A woman convicted of murder heard yesterday she may face even more time in prison if she wins her appeal.
Victoria Henneberry is representing herself in appealing her conviction for second degree murder in the death of Loretta Saunderts in a Cowie Hill apartment in 2014. She got life with no parole for 10 years. Henneberry claims she was suffering from P-T-S-D and panicked when she confessed to second degree murder.
Justice Duncan Beveridge told her if she wins her appeal she would likely have to stand trial for first degree murder with carries a sentence of life with no parole for 25 years. And her co-accussed Blake Leggette, who pleaded guilty to first degree murder, could be called to the stand to testify against her.