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    Affordable Cremation Solution trial 09/28/2022 - Andree Kehn/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Kenneth Kincer, owner of Affordable Cremation Solution in Lewiston, listens to his lawyers' opening arguments Wednesday at the start of his civil lawsuit at Androscoggin Superior Court in Auburn. Kincer is accused of letting bodies pile up unrefridgerated in the basement of his Main Street business.

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    Lawyer Meryl Poulin details Wednesday at Androscoggin County Superior Court in Auburn the many months Kenneth Kincer had not been working at his business, Affordable Cremation Solution in Lewiston. Poulin is representing Marielle Bischoff-Wurstle, who is seeking at least $5 million in damages for the mishandling of her father's body.

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    Defense attorney James Haddow makes his opening arguments Wednesday in the civil trial against Kenneth Kincer at the Androscoggin Superior Court in Auburn.

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    A photograph of plaintiff Marielle Bischoff-Wurstle and her father, Bruce Wurstle, is shown Wednesday during opening arguments at the trial of Kenneth Kincer, owner of Affordable Cremation Solution in Lewiston. Wurstle died May 30, 2021, and his body was collected by Affordable Cremation Solution and left unrefridgerated for nearly three weeks as the family was trying to make contact with the business.

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    Plainiff Lawyer, Meryl Poulin, details Wednesday the number of day that the plantiff's father's body was left unrefridgerated in the basement of Affordable Cremation Solution in Lewiston. The family tried multple times to get in contact with the business so they could collect their father's remains, only to discover that the business has been shut down by the state.

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    Kenneth Kincer, right, owner of Affordable Cremation Solution, watches the jury file in Wednesday at the start of a civil lawsuit against him in Androscoggin Superior Court in Auburn. Kincer is accused of letting bodies pile up unrefridgerated in the basement of his Lewiston business in 2021. His lawyer, James Haddow, stands next to him.

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