The mother of Sarah Groves has launched a petition urging the UK government to lodge a complaint about her daughter's murder trial.Read the full story ›
Vic Groves, the father of Sarah, has called the 110th hearing into the murder of his daughter a shambles.Read the full story ›
It comes after little progress in court, where Dutchman Richard De Wit is accused of Guernseywoman Sarah Groves' murder.Read the full story ›
The family of Sarah Groves say they 'remain confident' someone will be held responsible for her murder, four years after her death.Read the full story ›
There has been yet another delay today in the trial of the man accused of killing Guernseywoman, Sarah Groves
Once again a witness summoned to offer evidence has failed to attend and the case has been adjourned.
No evidence has been heard by the judge since September last year.
The body of 24-year-old Sarah was found on a houseboat in Kashmir in April 2013.
Dutchman Richard de Wit is on trial charged with her murder.
The defendant in the trial into Sarah Groves' murder could be sent to a mental health clinic next week.Read the full story ›
An independent psychiatric report of Richard De Wit, accused of murdering Sarah Groves, is due to be submitted to court today.Read the full story ›
ITV News has exclusively received a copy of the psychiatric report into Richard De Wit's mental health that was presented to court today.Read the full story ›
The family of Sarah Groves, are likely to find out today whether the man accused of killing her will be declared fit to stand to trial.Read the full story ›
The trial of the man, accused of murdering a Guernsey woman in India, has resumed today.
Dutch national, Richard De Wit, is charged with killing 24-year-old Sarah Groves on a houseboat in Srinigar in 2013.
The Dutch government has made an application for De Wit to be declared medically unfit to stand trial, but De Wit’s new lawyer met with the judge to dispute that earlier today.
He has argued that the accusation is ‘unfair’ and that his client deserves the right to prove his innocence in court.
The Dutch government will present their report tomorrow.