A man has been found guilty for the murder of 25-year-old Charlie Farmer in 2014.
Farmer was allegedly stabbed in the early hours of September 21 outside the Commonwealth Bank on Horton Street, Port Macquarie.
The man, who cannot be identified as he was a juvenile at the time of the incident, appeared in the Supreme Court, Port Macquarie on April 10.
At the time of Farmer’s death the man was 16-years-old.
A sentence hearing has been listed for May 22 at the Supreme Court, Port Macquarie.
A second man charged in relation to the death, James Bernard Deeth of Dondingalong, was convicted of being an accessory after the fact to an offence - reckless wounding after he appeared in Port Macquarie District Court on May 10, 2016.
He was placed on a good behaviour bond for his part in the death of Mr Farmer.
Conditions on Deeth's two year good behaviour bond include, to be of good behaviour, to appear before the court if called on to do so at any time during the term of the bond and, to advise the registrar of the district court of any change of residential address during the term of the bond.