Final speeches heard in takeaway brawl trial

Final speeches heard in takeaway brawl trial

Final speeches heard in takeaway brawl trial

First published in News

The trial of four men accused of “street violence” and using metal chairs as weapons during a brawl outside a city takeaway will continue on Monday.

Adam Doyle, 27, of Ladder Hill, Wheatley, Andre Hurst, 25, of Broad Street, Banbury, Waqas Khan, 20, of Furlong Close, Oxford, and Dexter Williams, 24, of Coriander Way, Greater Leys, all deny one count of violent disorder and one of possessing offensive weapons at the Taste of Jamaica, in Cowley Road, Littlemore.

The trouble broke out on July 29 last year and yesterday closing speeches were heard at Oxford Crown Court.

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