Jury sent home after deliberating over whether man is guilty of murdering 'love rival' from Manchester

Jury sent home after deliberating over whether man is guilty of murdering 'love rival' from Manchester
 

Jurors have retired for the night after deliberating over whether a Cheshire man is guilty of murdering his love rival from Manchester.
The jury deliberated for three hours and two minutes before Judge Alan Conrad QC sent them home to return on Friday at 10.30am to continue their deliberations.
Judge Conrad requested a unanimous verdict.
A trial at Chester Crown Court, that started on September 12, heard the deceased Matthew Charnock, 35, from Manchester , had been having an affair with Cotterill’s wife Natasha.
Prosecutors alleged that Cotterill had struck Charnock at least twice to the... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 39
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