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Boxer Khan's court case adjourned
Amir Khan outside Bolton Crown Court
Amir Khan denies dangerous driving
The trial of boxer Amir Khan, who is charged with dangerous driving, has been adjourned.

Mr Khan, 20, of Lostock, near Bolton, was due to give evidence on Friday at the trial at Bolton Crown Court.

He was charged following an incident in which pedestrian Geoffrey Hatton, 55, was knocked over on Bradshawgate in Bolton town centre in March 2006.

Mr Khan denies charges of dangerous driving. The case is due to resume on Monday.



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