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Queensland chef murder trial wraps up

AAP logoAAP 22/08/2016 Nathan Paull

A jury is expected to soon decide whether a man accused of bludgeoning a Brisbane chef to death is guilty.

Justice David Boddice summed up the evidence in the trial of James Thomas Howell in the Supreme Court in Brisbane on Monday, meaning the jury was likely to retire to consider its verdict on Tuesday.

Howell has pleaded not guilty to murdering chef Peter Milos on May 4, 2014.

The trial has heard the chef's body was found face down at a Morningside property with 14 abrasions and lacerations to his head and parts of his skull shattered into fragments.

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