By Alex Ward For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:01 GMT, 17 February 2020 | Updated: 07:36 GMT, 18 February 2020
A killer has been jailed after a brutal pub attack was filmed by a witness wearing futuristic glasses with an integrated camera.
In what is thought to be a legal first, footage from the pair of £7 spectacles was used by prosecutors to build a case against James Collinson after an attack in a pub in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
Collinson, 38, knocked 59-year-old John Glenn to the floor with a single punch from which he never regained consciousness. Mr Glenn died nearly a month later.
Collinson was jailed for six years at Leeds Crown Court on Friday after he pleaded guilty to manslaughter and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
The attack, on September 1 last year in the Golden Last pub, was seen by a witness wearing camera-glasses, similar to those pioneered by Google. He later spoke to police, who downloaded the footage.
Footage shown in court of the moment James Collinson (right in the white T-shirt ) knocked John Glenn (centre in the green shirt) to the floor with a single punch from which he never regained consciousness
James Collinson was convicted of