On the night of February 13, a man in his 30s died in Malå and the police started an investigation into murder.

Four people, who are part of a family constellation, were charged with the murder. Three of them were convicted of their involvement when the district court reviewed the case.

A 20-year-old man was sentenced to life. A woman in her 40s to 16 years in prison and a teenager to inpatient juvenile detention for 3.5 years for murder.

A man in his 50s was sentenced to 1.5 years in prison for aggravated protection of a criminal.

On Wednesday, the Court of Appeal presented its verdict.

The Court of Appeal upholds the district court's verdict for the 20-year-old man, the woman in her 40s and the teenager.

In sentencing the man in his 50s, the sentence was increased to two years in prison for aggravated protection of a criminal.

The Court of Appeal has ruled that the investigation has not been able to prove that the man should be convicted of murder.

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