Trio guilty of forcing man to do labour
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Oxford trio guilty of forcing man to do labour

Three people from a travellers' site in Oxford have been found guilty of making a man carry out forced or compulsory labour.

Christopher Joyce, 81, and his daughters Mary Joyce, 60, and Helen Collins, 45, all of Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, were convicted after a trial at Oxford Crown Court.

The charge related to Nicholas Iliff, who lived with them since the 1980s.

Previously they were all convicted of a conspiracy to defraud him of his benefits.

  • 05 Jul 2016