Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. It was transmitted in the early afternoon.
A woman beat her neighbour to death with a garden spade, was found guilty of murder.
she killed, after a quarrel in what prosecutors called a "sustainable, brutal and merciless attack".
Foxwell, of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, will be sentenced on 20. March.
The 41-year-old had murder denied during her trial, had admitted manslaughter through Diminished Responsibility ."It's over, I've done it'
Prosecutor Alan Blake said: "First, relations were cordial, but soon deteriorated. As is so often the case with neighbours in dispute, it started over small things: borders, classes and borders. "
He added: "[Ms Lotz] was something of a messy hoarder. The rear garden was overgrown and unloved. The Interior was crammed. "
The 64-year-old former councillor, who had been on The Phone to the police for delivery to the time, to another house, shouting "help me, help me", but was attacked by Foxwell, the beaten, four or five times with the side of the spade.Louise Lotz was found said with head injuries in front of his house
the return home, Foxwell to your partner: "It's over. I've done it," the court heard previously.
Mr Blake said: "It was a sustained, brutal and merciless attack. "The Neighbours had both banned from taking photos of each other
Mr Blake explained to the defendant the "visceral hatred of Louise Lotz stepped up" over time. Previously, she had been already prosecuted for bodily injury and property damage against Mrs Lotz.
On the 23. July of last year, community protection warnings both women were issued, prohibition of harassment, trespassing, or photos of each other.
Ms Lotz suffered a skull fracture and died of a "severe traumatic head injury".