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Lee Hughes in Court

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HUGHES ARRIVES AT COURT
West Brom striker Lee Hughes arrived at court on Monday to stand
trial for causing death by dangerous driving.

The 28-year-old made no comment as he entered Coventry Crown Court
where he faces an allegation that he killed 56-year-old Douglas
Graham, who was a rear-seat passenger in a car which was in
collision with the forward's silver Mercedes in November last year.

Hughes has previously denied the allegation at an earlier court
appearance.

He is also charged with failing to stop after an accident, though
this charge is expected to be dealt with at the end of his trial.

Father-of-four Mr Graham, of Eastern Green, Coventry, was travelling
in a Renault Megane when the collision occurred on the outskirts of
the city on November 23.

His wife suffered a broken pelvis while another passenger sustained
bruising.

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BBC News report that LH has now pleaded guilty to the two lesser charges of
leaving the scene, and not reporting the accident...........

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Hughes pleads guilty to hit-and-run

West Brom striker in court

Press Association
Monday August 2, 2004

Premiership star Lee Hughes has pleaded guilty to failing to stop
after a road accident in which a father-of-four died.
The 28-year-old West Bromwich Albion striker also admitted a second
offence of failing to report an accident following the collision
near Coventry in November last year.

Hughes entered the pleas at Coventry Crown Court today where he is
due to stand trial over a further charge of causing death by
dangerous driving, which he has denied.

56-year-old Douglas Graham, who was a rear-seat passenger in a
Renault Megane which collided with Hughes's silver Mercedes CL55,
was killed from the impact, while his wife suffered a broken pelvis
and another passenger sustained bruising.

Hughes, dressed in a dark suit, stood in the dock and twice
replied "guilty" when formally charged that he failed to stop after
an accident between November 21 and November 24 last year in
Pickford Grange Lane, near Coventry, and subsequently failed to
report the accident.

Defence counsel David Fish QC said there was no dispute with the
prosecution that Hughes, who lives in nearby Meriden, left the scene
of the tragedy and did not go to the police until more than 24 hours
later.

Mr Fish told the court: "There is no dispute that Mr Hughes left the
scene of the collision and it is agreed by all parties that he
attended the police station at 9.40am on the Monday morning, not
having attended on the Sunday.

"These facts are admissible. I think there will be some contest
between the prosecution and the defence as to the reason why Mr
Hughes left the scene."

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Footballer 'avoided breath test'

West Bromwich Albion striker Lee Hughes was accused in court of
fleeing the scene of a fatal car accident to dodge a breath test.
Prosecutor, Melbourne Inman QC, said the footballer had been
drinking before he got behind the wheel.

Mr Hughes, 28, was appearing at Coventry Crown Court where he denies
causing death by dangerous driving.

He had earlier admitted failing to stop after the crash last
November in which a father-of-four died.

Mr Hughes also admitted a second offence of failing to report an
accident following the collision.

Douglas Graham, 56, of Eastern Green, Coventry, died after the crash
in Meriden, Warwickshire, last November.

All three charges relate to the crash involving Mr Hughes' silver
Mercedes CL55 coupe and a Renault Scenic which happened in the early
hours of 23 November.

Mr Graham, a rear seat passenger in the Renault, died and his wife
Maureen was severely injured.

Opening the case for the prosecution, Melbourne Inman said Mr Hughes
ran away from the scene of the crash and only turned up at a police
station 36 hours later to tell officers the brakes on his car had
locked and it went out of control.

He said: "Had he been drinking? The answer to that is,
unquestionably yes, because when interviewed, he said to the police
that he had."

'Saw headlights'

The jury heard Mr Hughes had been driving home after visiting two
pubs in the area, the Queens Head and Poachers Retreat.

He was accompanied by a friend and three other men he had just met.

The court heard Mr Hughes told police he drank two Jack Daniels and
although friends had bought him another two, he only took a sip of
one and did not touch the other.

Mr and Mrs Graham, of Eastern Green, Coventry, had spent the evening
at a country and western night at a Meriden community centre and
accepted a lift home from Albert Frisby.

Mr Frisby, who spent three months in hospital after the crash and is
now confined to a wheelchair, described how he saw Mr Hughes' silver
CL500 approaching on the wrong side of the road.

He told the court: "I saw the headlights coming towards me.

"I said to my friend in the front: 'Look at this mad b******, he
must be doing 60mph' and the next thing I knew he had got me."

Firefighters had to cut Mr Frisby out of the wreckage.

Front seat passenger, Frank Gosling, escaped from the Renault with
bruising.

Mrs Graham, who was in the back passenger seat with her husband and
also suffered severe injuries, described a loud bang as the vehicles
impacted.

The court heard Hughes allegedly told police in an interview he was
doing "no more than 50mph" before the collision because he had
glanced at his speedometer.

The case continues.

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HUGHES 'DRIVING LIKE MADMAN', CLAIM
West Brom striker Lee Hughes had driven "like a madman" moments before he allegedly caused a fatal accident in his £100,000 sports car, a jury heard on Tuesday.

Motorist Deborah Vallance claimed the 28-year-old climbed out of the wreckage of his Mercedes CL55 coupe near his home in Meriden, Coventry, and
said: "I can't believe what has happened."

The 28-year-old forward denies causing death by dangerous driving but has admitted failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident.

Mrs Vallance told the trial at Coventry Crown Court how she watched the silver Mercedes allegedly round a bend on the wrong side of the road "at some speed" before the impact with a Renault Scenic, which was travelling ahead of her Ford Escort estate.

The collision spun the Renault 180 degrees and catapulted it across the road, killing father-of-four Douglas Graham, 56, almost instantly and severely injuring his wife, Maureen, and driver Albert Frisby.

"The only way I can describe it, to be honest, is that he was driving like a madman," Mrs Vallance said.

"It looked as if it was on the wrong side of the road. It just hit with such an impact. I don't think it had time to brake."

Mrs Vallance pulled over and raced to the Scenic as smoke poured from its engine.

She tried to help the four occupants, with Mr Graham bleeding heavily and Mr Frisby trapped by the wheel and dashboard.

Shouting for help, she then saw a man matching the footballer's description climb out of the Mercedes.

Mrs Vallance continued: "All I can remember is the driver getting out of the car and putting his hands on his head and bending down and saying: 'I can't believe what has happened, I was only doing 30mph'.

"I just remember saying: 'There was no way you were doing 30mph'."

But Mrs Vallance's evidence was challenged by defence counsel David Fish QC, who suggested she fabricated the exchange because it was not included in her statement to police hours after the accident.

"There was no such conversation, was there?" Mr Fish said.

"There was. You forget things and they come back," Mrs Vallance replied.

The court has heard how Hughes ran away from the crash in Pickford Grange Lane in the early hours of Sunday, November 23 and turned himself in to police 36 hours later.

The prosecution claim Hughes fled to dodge a breath test, having spent the evening at two local pubs, though Hughes claims he had drunk only two Jack Daniels and took a sip of a third.

He had invited four friends back to his home where he had a bar and pool table when the crash happened.

In police interview, the player told officers the brakes on his vehicle, which had a highly advanced braking system, locked and he lost control.

Hughes sat in the dock at the back of the court just yards away from the public gallery where his club manager, Gary Megson, was among those watching the trial.

The striker has scored more than 100 goals since making his league debut for Kidderminster Harriers in the 1995 season.

He has also played for Coventry City and is currently enjoying his second spell with the Baggies, who won promotion to football's top flight last season.

The court later heard that in the last of the two local pubs Hughes visited, the Poacher's Retreat, he spent about £80 on two rounds of spirits and beers for a large group of drinkers celebrating England's win over Australia in the Rugby World Cup final.

Barmaid Carol McKenzie said she did not see Hughes have a drink himself,
adding: "He was the perfect gentleman - you don't see too many of them around."

Caroline Hicks, a former barmaid at the Queen's Head, where Hughes had been drinking earlier in the evening, said she served him a double Jack Daniels and Coke.

Licensee Caroline O'Neill told the court she also served Hughes a Jack Daniels and Coke, but could not remember what measure of the whisky she poured.

Richard Williams, one of Hughes' back seat passengers, appeared to endorse the defendant's account of the crash when he told the jury he thought the wheels of the car had locked before impact.

Mr Williams said he was initially happy with the player's driving, but then felt he was "accelerating more than I was comfortable with".

He added: "As we came to the bend, we started to brake. I think that the wheels locked but I am not quite sure."

The trial was adjourned until Wednesday.

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Player 'regrets' fleeing scene

Footballer Lee Hughes says he fled the scene of a fatal crash because he
panicked but regretted it, a court heard on Thursday.
When he did turn himself in to police, 36 hours after the crash, he refused
to give a full account of where he had been, Coventry Crown Court was told.

Douglas Graham, 56, died when the car he was in was struck by a Mercedes
CL55 near Coventry, on 23 November 2003.

The West Bromwich Albion striker denies causing death by dangerous driving.

'Lost control'

The court heard that in an interview with West Midlands Police detectives,
father-of-two Hughes said he fled with his childhood friend and passenger
Adrian Smith.

The pair ran towards the nearby A45 dual carriageway, but when pressed to
say where they went next, he said: "Do I have to answer? I would rather not
say, really."

He was asked again and admitted he went to Mr Smith's home in Smethwick,
more than 20 miles away, but would not say how they got to Smethwick.

The 28-year-old said: "I put my brakes on to stop and the brakes locked.
Then I lost control of the vehicle, lost control and hit another vehicle.

"I hit my head on the sun visor, I hit my head and there was panic. I just
panicked and ran off. I didn't know what to do, I was just so scared."

Asked why he ran from the scene and then disappeared, he told police: "I
just found out someone has passed away and I just, I just don't know. It
just shocks you."

'Not proud'

The court heard that he said he knew that under the law accidents had to be
reported to police within 24 hours.

But he told police he was "definitely not" over the legal drink-drive limit
as he set off for home with friends, after drinking two Jack Daniels and
coke at local pubs.

The officers also asked the player if he felt driving at an estimated 50mph
in spitting rain on a wet, unlit road was the "correct speed", to which
Hughes replied: "I thought it was OK."

Giving evidence on Thursday, Hughes said his car acted in a way that he had
never seen before.

"I tried to steer and nothing happened, " he said.

Describing his actions after the crash, he said he remembered being in a
crash and hearing shouting and screaming but he added he was not at all
"proud" about leaving the scene of the accident.

Hughes has pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of the accident and failing
to report the incident within 24 hours.

The trial continues.

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Hughes jury hears closing speeches Aug 6 2004

The jury trying West Bromwich Albion star Lee Hughes was today urged not to let the tarnished image of the modern footballer influence its verdict.

Defence counsel David Fish, QC, asked the jury of nine men and three women to "put aside any feelings of disapproval" they may have about the lifestyles of some soccer stars.

Former Coventry City striker Hughes, 28, is alleged to have been driving at excessive speeds when his £100,000 Mercedes sports car ploughed into a Renault Scenic last November.

Hughes, of Meriden, West Midlands, denies causing the death of 56-year-old father-of-four Douglas Graham, who was a rear seat passenger in the Renault.

In his closing speech to the jury at Coventry Crown Court, Mr Fish said: "We are a long way from the days of Tom Finney and Stanley Matthews, I suspect.

"Wealthy young men, plenty of money, expensive cars - you only have to pick up a tabloid to read about their antics on and off the field."

Earlier, prosecution QC Melbourne Inman challenged Hughes' assertion that the wheels of the 5.5-litre supercharged CL Kompressor coupe had "locked" in the moments prior to the impact.

"The reality is that he was driving far too fast and smashed into a car with such force it propelled it across the road and into a lamppost, killing one and seriously injuring two others," Mr Inman said.

Hughes told the court yesterday of his regret at fleeing the scene of the accident in Pickford Grange Lane, Meriden, shortly after midnight on November 22.

The former roofer has pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of the accident and failing to report the incident within 24 hours.

Judge Christopher Hodson adjourned the case until Monday.

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He's going to jail for 6 years! wow, that's a big sentence.
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Beat me too it.

I guess you've got to say it's harsh but fair, because he killed somebody at the end of the day.

So Balis, how does this affect WBA this season?

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6 years in Jail at 28 years old - promising and financially lucrative football career thrown away - death of an innocent man on his concious.

You have to ask - is drink driving really worth it ? No. What an idiot.

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Footballer jailed for death crash


Lee Hughes admitted leaving the scene of the accident

Premiership footballer Lee Hughes has been jailed for six years for causing death by dangerous driving.

The 28-year-old West Bromwich Albion striker had denied causing the death of father-of-four Douglas Graham in Meriden, near Coventry, in November.

Mr Graham, 56, died after Hughes' £100,000 Mercedes car ploughed into the Renault in which he was a passenger.

Hughes, who did not turn himself into police for 36 hours, has had his contract terminated.

Second offence

He was convicted at Coventry Crown Court on Monday, following a six-day trial.

The jury took 90 minutes to reach its decision.

Hughes had earlier admitted failing to stop after the crash last November.

He also admitted a second offence of failing to report an accident following the collision.

After Hughes was sentenced, West Bromwich Albion announced it had terminated his contract, which had two years left to run.

In a statement released after the verdict, Mr Graham's wife Maureen described the impact the loss of her husband had had on the family.

"Something has been taken away from my family that can never be replaced," she said.

"We know that we must now simply attempt to come to terms with the loss.

"We can only hope that the person involved will acknowledge what he has done to my family.

"Nobody can understand the huge amount of grief and stress that has been caused to my family over the last nine months."


Hughes left his Mercedes car at the crash scene

Mrs Graham said she had never heard of Lee Hughes before the tragedy and had no interest in football.

She said her husband had followed the fortunes of Coventry City - one of Hughes' former clubs.

The court heard earlier Mr and Mrs Graham, of Eastern Green, Coventry, had spent the evening at a country and western night at a Meriden community centre and accepted a lift home from Albert Frisby.

Mr Frisby, who spent three months in hospital after the crash and now uses a wheelchair, told the court how he saw Mr Hughes' silver CL500 approaching on the wrong side of the road.

Mrs Graham, who was in the back passenger seat with her husband, also suffered severe injuries in the collision.

In a statement on its website Albion said: "The club would like to take this opportunity to express its deepest sympathies to the Graham family on the loss of Mr Douglas Graham.

"Its thoughts are with Mrs Maureen Graham, Mr Albert Frisby and Mr Frank Gosling, who were injured in the incident."

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Lee Hughes update
WEST Bromwich Albion has decided to terminate Lee Hughes' contract, which
had two years left to run, following the outcome of the player's trial.

The club would like to take this opportunity to express its deepest
sympathies to the Graham family on the loss of Mr Douglas Graham.

Its thoughts are with Mrs Maureen Graham, Mr Albert Frisby and Mr Frank
Gosling, who were injured in the incident.

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Hughes' dream career ends in nightmare

His life appeared to be the epitome of a football fan's dream.
At first rejected by the team he supported as a youngster, Lee Hughes'
talent as a goalscorer catapulted him into the Premiership and made him one
of West Bromwich Albion's most popular players.

With his fame came the riches - he boasts a £16,000 a week wage packet
and a £750,000 mock Tudor mansion in the desirable Warwickshire village of
Meriden.

But his career now appears to be in ruins after he was jailed for
causing the death of a car passenger when he crashed his £100,000 Mercedes.

Lee Hughes' prolific years
1997/98 season 14 goals
1998/99 season 32 goals
1999/00 season 16 goals
2000/01 season 22 goals
Coventry Crown Court heard Hughes, 28, was driving too fast and "like
a madman" in wet conditions before the crash which killed Douglas Graham,
56, near the player's home.

Prosecutors claimed Hughes then fled the scene to dodge a breath test,
although the footballer denied he was over the legal drink-drive limit.

His conviction may provide a shattering finale to the rags-to-riches
story of the former roofer who joined Albion from non-league Kidderminster
in 1997.

Ironically, he had been turned down by West Brom after trials with the
club as a schoolboy.

Born and bred close to the Baggies' Hawthorns ground, Hughes' first
four seasons represented every fan's dream coming true.

Nicknamed the Ginger Ninja, he was popular with supporters because of
his enthusiasm, local roots and his desire to play for the club. He even
sports a tattoo of the club's crest.

Hughes was also quickly stereotyped in the media for his love of
baltis and success tasted even sweeter because he had been released by
Albion as a schoolboy.

However, after his first season with West Brom, Hughes began to
attract controversy.

A 19-year-old girl claimed the player had fathered her child, though a
DNA test proved this was not the case.

He then had a brief engagement to a lap dancer, but appeared to settle
down in June 2000 when he married Croatian Anna Kuzmanic in her home country
before their first child, Mia was born.

But just two months later, Hughes and former team-mate Jason Roberts
were questioned by police over an alleged assault on a man outside a pub in
Brierley Hill, West Midlands, though the case was dropped.

Now his imprisonment comes with Hughes on the brink of another chance
to finally make his mark in the Premiership, with Albion just being
promoted.

Hughes has said in the past: "There's nothing to match playing for
Albion at The Hawthorns.

"You run through the tunnel and look at where you used to stand as a
lad. It's just the biggest buzz."

But the slightly unreal escapist world of professional football now
seems unimportant compared to the tragic consequences of last year's crash.

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With Hughes no longer a WBA player, I think we will be intensifying our efforts.
TBH I dont think he was going to be first choice anyway.

Kanu and Horse will be the front pairing unless we sign Dindane, with Dobie as sub.
Sakiri can also play up front if needed, and I believe Gera can too.

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that *****head (lee hughes) deserves his place in jeail for 6 years...he was a looserr..drunk and driving..such a booolloock!! he cause a death, and 6 years in jail..WTF of British Law..as i know..british law is a crap as well...

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"I made my league debut at Highbury. I will always remember that moment. My family was in the stand and it was one of the best feelings I have ever had.

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