THE jury trying a former Huddersfield student in connection with the death of a Wakefield reveller is due to retire to consider its verdict.
Ioannis Revenikiotis, 28, who studied at the University of Huddersfield, is accused of causing the death of 20-year-old Stephanie Hammill.
She fell from a moving car she had got into thinking it was a taxi following a night out in November 2003 and was then struck by another vehicle.
The judge at Leeds Crown Court has already ruled Revenikiotis, a Greek engineer, is not fit to go on trial and the jury has been asked to decide whether he did the acts specified in the charges rather than come to any conclusion regarding criminal liability.
Revenikiotis had allegedly carried out a sex attack months before the death of Miss Hammill, the court has been told.
The 28-year-old allegedly indecently assaulted a 23-year-old pregnant woman in Dewsbury nine months before he abducted Miss Hammill in Wakefield.
The court was also told how he attacked a student while studying at the University of Huddersfield and made sexual advances to a woman when he worked at a Huddersfield restaurant, the Sole Mio.
A number of women who worked at the restaurant have told the court how Revenikiotis made sexual advances to them and pestered them for sex.
Revenikiotis, who had been living in School Crescent, Dewsbury, had denied two counts of abduction, the manslaughter of Miss Hammill and an indecent assault.