A murder trial following the death of a Worcestershire transgender woman has been delayed until next February because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fifty-three-year-old Martin Saberi stands accused of the murder of 51-year-old Amy Griffiths in January 2019.
His trial was originally scheduled to begin at Worcester Crown Court this week but was adjourned until 1 February 2021.
Ms Griffiths, who was described by friends as a 'hero' in the local LGBT community, was found dead in her flat in Droitwich on 14 January last year. Police said she had suffered head and throat injuries.
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