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James Darrah punch death suspect accused of manslaughter

James Darrah Image copyright Hertfordshire Police
Image caption James Darrah, who was known as Jim, fell to the ground after he was struck

A man has been accused of the manslaughter of a doorman who died after being punched outside a bar in Hertfordshire.

James Darrah, 54, was hit in the face just after midnight on 23 August last year, at the entrance to Stone House bar in Bull Plain. He died in hospital.

William Wade, 26, of High Road, High Cross, near Ware, has been charged in connection with the incident.

He was bailed to appear before Stevenage magistrates on 2 February.

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Image caption The attack happened outside the Stone House bar in Hertford

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