Ipswich: Murder Trial Starts
A murder trial has started after the death of a man in Chesterton Close in Ipswich last year.
Police were called to flats in the road at 4.52am on Saturday 22 October. 43-year-old Lee Jackson from Chesterton Close in Ipswich was pronounced deceased at the scene. A post mortem examination found the cause of death to be shock caused by blood loss as a result of being assaulted with a knife.
22-year-old Sebastian Kornjaca, an electrical engineer from St Anthonys Cresent in Ipswich was charged with murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
He has pleaded not guilty to both charges.
The trial at Ipswich Crown Court is expected to last two weeks.
A man charged with the murder of an elderly dog walker in Norfolk has been remanded in custody ahead of a trial next year.
Plans to improve the A47 between Norwich and Peterborough have been revealed.
Man charged with murder of dog walker in East Harling to appear at5 crown Court tomorrow.
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