FOUR boys and a man accused of murdering a teenager are expected to enter pleas today.
Amar Aslam died from head injuries in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury, on May 25.
Amin Hussain Ali, 20, from Dewsbury, a boy aged 16 and three boys aged 15 are charged with killing the 17-year-old.
They are also accused of robbing him of £10, a silver chain and a mobile phone.
All five were appearing at Leeds Crown Court for a plea and directions hearing.
A trial, which is expected to last four to five weeks, is due to start in September.
Amar, who lived in Dewsbury, was nicknamed Moon by his family. He lived with his parents, brother and sisters.
He was described as a teenager who kept himself to himself and was well-liked, thoughtful and respectful of his elders.
He was into cars, music and watching films.