A man convicted of murdering his secret lover in Jersey is due to be sentenced today.
Jamie Lee Warn was found guilty by a Royal Court jury of killing Zsuzsanna Besenyei and perverting the course of justice by lying to police in an attempt to cover up what he'd done.
In a trial lasting nearly two weeks, the Royal Court heard that Warn killed 37 year old Zsuzsanna in a row over money, hid the body in her car boot for three days, before dumping the car and remains in the middle of the night.
Cell site data revealed Warn's phone travelled to La Pulec Bay in the early hours of 14th May 2018, where her body was later discovered.
Warn denied murder, but a jury took just over a day to find him guilty of all charges.
He's set to face life in prison.
The Superior Number will set a minimum tariff - the time Warn will have to serve in jail before he is eligible to apply for parole.
Warn is seeking leave to appeal against his conviction.