The man accused of murdering Canberra man Jae-Ho Oh had been awake for two days on an ice trip before the killing, a Canberra court has heard.
- The ACT Supreme Court heard Joshua Higgins admits stabbing Mr Oh, but does not agree it was murder
- Mr Higgins’s lawyer says Mr Oh grabbed the knife first
- The trial is expected to run for four weeks
Joshua Higgins, 32, went on trial for murder in the ACT Supreme Court today, charged over the stabbing death of Mr Oh in his home in Canberra’s north two years ago.
Prosecutor Trent Hickey told the court Mr Oh was stabbed multiple times in the back, including the back of his neck, that he had been hit several times with a TV speaker, and when police found him he was laying underneath a TV screen.