A Harrow man charged with murdering a motorist on the M1 has been released on bail.
Graham Cahill, of Hawthorne Drive, was bailed today (13) following a preliminary hearing at Luton Crown Court.
The 43-year-old was charged with murder after a man died following a fight on the hard shoulder of the M1. As part of his bail conditions Mr Cahill will be electronically tagged and have a curfew between 10pm-5am.
In the incident, which took place on May 22, two vehicles were seen jostling for position before pulling over on the hard shoulder past junction 11, where an argument took place. Toby Cooke, 25, from Luton, received a blow to the head and died after five days in a coma.
Mr Cahill will appear at Luton Crown Court on September 8 and his trial is set to start in March 2009.