Randy Blythe will be back in a Czech Republic court tomorrow, when his manslaughter trial’s due to resume.
The Lamb of God frontman is back in Prague, waiting for the trial to pick up March 4.
The charge against Blythe stems from an incident in 2010, during a Lamb of God concert at Prague’s Abaton club.
During the concert, 19-yr old Daniel Nosek’s alleged to have suffered injuries which led to his death some two weeks later.
Czech authorities arrested Blythe on June 27, 2012, taking the entire band into custody at the airport. Lamb of God were in Prague for a festival appearance.
Blythe spent the next 38 days in Pankrac Prison before being released on bail. He maintains his innocence, and has said standing trial is what’s “right.”
It’s also what a man does. He stands up for himself.
The remainder of the trial was put on hold early last month, when one key witness fell ill and was unable to attend the trial.
In addition, two criminal psychologists were also unable to testify, further causing the delay.
More witnesses and security personnel who worked the venue on the night in question are also expected to testify when the trial resumes.
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