Two people have been convicted in relation to the murder of Joshua Harding in Thame last July.
Jurors spent two days deliberating the verdicts after the trial – which started on January 4.
In the dock at Oxford Crown Court today Braim wore a grey and white tracksuit top and a blue face mask.
He was taken out of the dock after the verdicts were announced when he started swearing and hitting the door.
Eyles wore a grey suit and black and white tie. He sobbed as the verdicts were announced
Joshua Harling, from Headington, was stabbed on July 22 last year.
He got into his green VW Polo to drive away after a street fight with Braim and Eyles – jurors at Oxford Crown Court have previously heard – but crashed on Chinnor Road, Thame. His car landed upside down.
Despite desperate attempts from doctors who lived nearby and paramedics, he died at the scene.
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