A man convicted of stabbing another man on his doorstep will have to wait longer to find out his sentence.
Stuart Worvell was found guilty of manslaughter after stabbing Thomas Sutton in Maesteg.
Mr Sutton had knocked on Worvell's door, believing a party was going on there.
Judge Wyn Williams adjourned sentencing to allow the court to receive further psychiatric reports.
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