Christine Haye-Levy murder trial: Jury retires to consider verdict

Junction of Grenville Close
Image caption Police found the victim in Grenville Close bleeding heavily

The jury has retired in the trial of a man accused of killing his partner at her Northamptonshire home.

Errol Anglin, 47, of no fixed address, denies murdering Christine Haye-Levy, 36, by stabbing her at Grenville Close, Daventry in December.

Northampton Crown Court has heard the prosecution say he wielded a knife at least four times, giving the victim three stab wounds.

The defence has argued that Ms Haye-Levy impaled herself on the knife.

During the week-long trial, Mr Anglin's defence argued he had been in the kitchen and had picked up what he thought was a spoon.

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