Sarah Wairimu has asked the court to order for the release of her car and personal belongings which she was barred from after her arrest.
Sarah who was arrested in connection to the gruesome murder of her husband Tob Cohen says she doesn’t have any clothes to wear.
Sarah says she has been relying on relatives and friend adding that it’s expensive to move around without her car.
Lawyer Philip Murgor said the court should order for the release of her belongings.
Murgor also wants a visit to the scene of crime in her presence to take an inventory.
In response, state counsel Catherine Mwaniki said the house is a crime of scene and Wairimu cannot be allowed into the house.
Adding that the vehicle is an exhibit because it was used by the deceased.
Mwaniki said she wants a list of all the things she wants from the house so that they can determine what is an exhibit and what’s not.
Justice Stella Mutuku has directed Murgor to file a formal application listing the items she needs.
The case will be mentioned on November 5 when the court will make a ruling on other issues raised by the parties on contempt.