Pianist John Briggs MBE is in Bradford Crown Court accused of sex crimes against boys.
The 65 year old from East Morton, near Keighley is accused of assaulting three male victims, two under 16. He faces four counts of indecent assault on a male and one count of indecency with a child.
All the offences are alleged to have taken place in the 1990s.
Two men have been found guilty at Bradford Crown Court of raping and sexually assaulting schoolgirls after plying them with drink and drugs.
The vulnerable girls were targeted mainly in the Keighley area. Shazad Rehman and Bilal Hussain will be sentenced at 2pm.
A man who beat a former police officer to death then burned his body on a bonfire after becoming obsessed with his wife has been sentenced to life in prison.
63-year-old Kenneth Bill was given a minimum 22 years in jail by a judge at Bradford Crown Court. Bill had lured builder John Hay to an industrial unit in Meltham near Huddersfield where he battered him to death then set fire to his body.
Mr Hay's wife had been having an affair with Bill but had refused to leave her husband.
PC Rodney Craig Mills has been found not guilty of causing death by careless driving.
The IPCC's investigation also determined that South Yorkshire Police's policy in relation to when officers should use emergency equipment was vague and open to interpretation. The IPCC has recommended that South Yorkshire Police review this policy.
PC Rodney Craig Mills has been found not guilty of causing death by careless driving. Bradford Crown Court heard he was driving his patrol car in Sheffield at nearly twice the speed limit without his lights or sirens on when he hit 19 year old Jamie Haslett, who died at the scene.