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Gerard Baden-Clay to make second bid for bail

Allison Baden-Clay.
Allison Baden-Clay.

THE real estate agent accused of killing his wife and dumping her body in a creek will make a second bid for bail.

Gerard Baden-Clay was charged with murdering wife Allison in April and dumping her body at Kholo Creek.

Police found Mrs Baden-Clay's body 10 days after her husband reported her missing.

Baden-Clay, who has always maintained his innocence, will make his second application for bail next month.

His application will be heard in the Supreme Court in Brisbane on December 14.

Baden-Clay has already had a bid for bail knocked back once when a judge declared him a flight risk.

Police alleged Baden-Clay killed his wife to use her life insurance pay-out to pay off his large debt.

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