Trial date set for Kadeem Blackwood murder case

Michael-Paul Hamblett-Sewell Michael-Paul Hamblett-Sewell will appear at Nottingham Crown Court in March

A man will go on trial in March for the murder of Kadeem Blackwood in Derby in 2008.

Michael-Paul Hamblett-Sewell, 25, is accused of ordering the shooting of the teenager in Caxton Park in Sunnyhill.

Mr Hamblett-Sewell will appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 17 March for a trial which is expected to last three weeks.

Mr Blackwood, 15, was shot in the chest in Caxton Street Recreation Ground, in November 2008.

Callum Campbell, who admitted shooting the teenager, was given a life sentence in 2009 and told he must serve at least 21 years.

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