According to the death certificate, the cause of the Lawrenceville mother's death was inconclusive.
The Gwinnett County medical examiner has ruled the cause of the death of Nique Chatham Leili was inconclusive. However, according to an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, homicide by strangulation or asphyxiation could not be ruled out. The body of the 44-year-old Lawrenceville mother was found in the woods near her home in July. Leili's husband Matthew was named a suspect in her death. The investigation into her death is still ongoing.
Both sides reached an agreement Monday afternoon.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, July 25, 2011
The family of Nique Chatham Leili won the right to decide what to do with the Lawrenceville mother's remains. According to WSB-TV, both Nique's family and her husband, Matt Leili, came to an agreement over her remains Monday afternoon. Her body will go to her family, however Matt will also be allowed to hold a separate service. Nique's body was found earlier this month in the woods near the entrance of her Oak Village subdivision. Her husband Matt is the only suspect in the case so far, however he has not been charged with anything. As first of kin, he still had first rights to Nique's body. The court ruled Nique's 19 year old daughter from a previous relationship, Alexander Michelle Page shall have the right and ability to make decisions …