Two men, including a former boyfriend, have been found guilty of murdering a NSW lawyer who burned to death in 2011.
The former partner of a Wollongong lawyer who burned to death inside her home has been found guilty of the woman’s murder.
Bradley Max Rawlinson was found guilty on Friday by a NSW Supreme Court jury of the 2011 murder of his estranged partner, Katie Foreman.
Co-accused Michelle Sharon Proud was also found guilty by the jury, who returned the verdicts after a day of deliberation.
Ms Foreman died when her Corrimal house burnt down in the early hours of October 27, 2011, after a blaze was deliberately lit.
Another co-accused, Wendy Anne Evans, has already pleaded guilty to her role in Ms Foreman’s murder.
Rawlinson was accused of being the mastermind behind the 31-year-old solicitor’s murder.
He had been in a relationship with Ms Foreman, but in the lead-up to her death had also been involved with Evans.
In the weeks before Ms Foreman’s murder, the two lovers sent a flurry of text messages to each other, the trial heard.
Ms Foreman’s father, Neil, told media outside the court “I’m pleased.”
The case has been adjourned for mention on April 22.