VIDEO: Trial continues at Nottingham Crown Court

The trial of a teenager accused of unlawfully killing Worksop man Glen Kitchens continues this week.

The 16-year-old, who can not be named for legal reasons, faces a manslaughter charge relating to events on Saturday 6th April 2013.

Nottingham Crown COurt.

Nottingham Crown COurt.

Nottingham Crown Court heard last week how Mr Kitchens was killed by a single punch which knocked him to the floor and fractured his skull.

It happened at around 7.20pm on Bridge Street in the town centre after an alleged run-in with a gang of youths.

But the barrister defending the teenager on trial claims it was not him who threw the fatal blow.

The youth is expected to give evidence on the witness stand on Tuesday 29th or Wednesday 30th October, with the jury retiring to consider its verdict later in the week.

Follow our reporter @MissScribble on Twitter for live court updates and check www.worksopguardian.co.uk for regular bulletins

• Click any of the links below to read last week’s reports from the court room:

Tuesday 22nd October:

Glen Kitchens’ death trial: CCTV shows fatal punch

Wednesday 23rd October:

Glen Kitchens’ death trial: Friend says victim was happy and excited on day he died

Thursday 24th October

Glen Kitchens’ death trial: Defence says teen witness lied about The Canch

Glen Kitchens’ death trial: Witness story full of holes, says defence

Friday 25th October

Glen Kitchens’ death trial: Another witness accused of lying

The trial continues.