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Garon Jewell and Draven Jewell go on trial at Winchester Crown Court accused of murdering Max Maguire (23) at Royal British Legion, Lymington

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THE trial of two men accused of murdering Pennington man Max Maguire is due to start today (Thursday) at Winchester Crown Court.

Garon Jewell (19), of Flushards, Lymington, and Draven Jewell (21), of no fixed abode, stand accused of murder, attempted murder and inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent.

It relates to an incident outside the Royal British Legion on Lymington High Street between 22nd and 25th of October 2021.

Young dad Max Maguire was stabbed to death
Young dad Max Maguire was stabbed to death

The pair both stand accused of killing Max (23), as well as the attempted murder of Luke Gray and inflicting grievous bodily harm on Georgia Hole – who is also known as Georgia Wort.

The two men first appeared at Winchester Crown Court on Tuesday, before a jury selection process preceded prosecutor Adam Feest QC opening the prosecution case.

Garon is represented by James Newton-Price QC and Draven by Sarah Jones QC.

The trial is expected to last for up to four weeks.

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