The judge presiding over the case of a man accused of ordering the contract killing of his wife has adjourned the case to 18 September to consider psychiatric reports from experts. Shrien Dewani will attend only if well enough.
The Defence and the CPS have asked the judge to consider whether a further adjournment of a year is necessary.
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