The man accused of the 2016 stabbing murder of Lloyd Kennedy in Lavington has declined to enter a plea, as he was committed yesterday to stand trial.
Adam Azzi, 44, was dressed in a green prison jumper and had a shaved top section of his head with a pony tail at the bottom as he appeared in Albury Local Court.
He showed no emotion as the magistrate committed him to stand trial and thanked his lawyer before being led back into custody.
Azzi will face a jury over five charges: the alleged murder of Mr Kennedy, possession of 0.86g of methamphetamine, breaching an apprehended violence order, carrying a sharp box cutter and the attempted murder of Nathan Vercoe.
It is alleged that Azzi stabbed Mr Kennedy, 35, outside a house in Webb Street.
Repeated attempts were made to revive Mr Kennedy, but he later died in Albury hospital.
Mr Vercoe had been listed to give evidence, but the application was withdrawn in court yesterday.
The case was adjourned to the Sydney Supreme Court on November 2.
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