Michael Burrows QC Prosecutes Butcher Murder

Thu, 16 Dec 2010

An electrician has today been found guilty of murdering a Black Country butcher after punching him to ground and kicking him in the head outside an Indian restaurant.
Mitchell Jones, 24, of Chad Road, Coseley, killed Jamie Roberts when an argument they were having spilled outside the Rose of Kashmir in Wolverhampton Street, Dudley.
A jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court today returned a unanimous verdict that Jones was guilty of murder.
Mr Roberts, 36, of Malthouse Drive, Dudley, died of severe head and brain injuries four days after the attack.

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