SIX teenagers accused of murdering a Huddersfield taxi driver have formally entered not guilty pleas.
The youths, aged between 16 and 19, were charged following the death of 41-year-old married father-of-three Mohammed Parvaiz in Golcar three months ago.
During a hearing before a judge at Bradford Crown Court yesterday all six pleaded not guilty to murdering Mr Parvaiz, of Birkby, and a further charge of violent disorder relating to the same incident on July 22.
The Recorder of Bradford, Judge Stephen Gullick, said their trial had been fixed to start on November 20 at Leeds Crown Court.
It is expected to last five working weeks.
At previous hearings reporting restrictions meant that only two of the six defendants, Michael Hand, 19, and Christopher Murphy, 18, could be identified.
But the name of Graeme Slavin can now be revealed after he had his 18th birthday last month.
Two 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old still cannot be identified for legal reasons.
Slavin is the only defendant on bail, but there is still an order in force preventing the addresses of the six defendants being made public.
The other five teenagers were remanded back into custody until their trial.