Three people charged with the murder of Ilkeston dad-of-six Mick Moss have been found guilty of manslaughter this afternoon (October 4).
A jury unanimously found Collette Booth, 47, of Mill Street, Ilkeston and Jamie Elliott, 27, of North Street, Alfreton, not guilty of murder but guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter.
A majority verdict was taken for Nathan Hall, 24, of Birchwood Lane, Somercotes, with ten of the 12 jurors agreeing he was guilty of the lesser charge.
The trial at Nottingham Crown Court has lasted three weeks.
The trio will be sentenced at the same court on Tuesday (October 8).
They have all been remanded in custody.
Mr Moss, 47, died from multiple injuries after being attacked at his Canal Street home on January 30.