Sentencing delayed for Honiton man

PUBLISHED: 11:52 15 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:52 15 February 2017

Exeter Crown Court.

Exeter Crown Court.


Crown court judge delays sentencing to await outcome of another trial.

The sentence of a Honiton man has been delayed to await the result of the trial of two other defendants.

Connor Payne, aged 22, of High Street, Honiton, has admitted affray.

He was due to be sentenced at Exeter Crown Court but the case was adjourned to await the outcome of the trial of two other men from East Devon.

They have both denied similar charges relating to the same incident. Payne’s bail was continued by Judge Brian Forster, QC.

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