Michael Burrows QC prosecutes taxi driver murder

Fri, 08 Apr 2011

Man convicted of taxi driver Mohammed Arshad's murder
 
A man convicted of the murder of a taxi driver who was stabbed in the head in a country lane has been jailed for life.
 
Andrew Bayliss, from Birmingham, denied killing Mohammed Arshad, 36, in Wast Hills Lane, Kings Norton, near the Worcestershire border, in July 2009.
 
He said he had been in the cab but did not kill Mr Arshad, the court heard.
 
 

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