NOT one for arriving on time to visit her husband in prison, Amy Winehouse on Tuesday spent more than an hour in court supporting her husband who faces charges of assault and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. The troubled star sat in the front row of the public gallery as Snaresbrook Crown Court, east London, and smiled lovingly at Blake Fielder-Civil, who smiled back at her from the dock. The singer's ragged appearance shocked onlookers as she arrived at court. During the hearing, she leaned forward with her arms crossed, listening intently to legal arguments ahead of Fielder-Civil's trial. Occasionally she played with the lower reaches of her famous beehive hairdo, and a silver chain around her neck, as she followed the proceedings. At one point she mouthed 'all right?' at Fielder-Civil, who frequently smiled reassuringly at her. When the judge, David Radford, was giving his ruling on a point of legal argument, she looked at her husband and inclined her head questioningly towards the judge. She was led into court by an usher, and sat alone in the front row of the gallery, twice moving to different seats. Winehouse left the court after 80 minutes, with legal arguments still continuing. Fielder-Civil, 26, of Jeffrey's Place, Camden, north London denies causing grievous bodily harm with intent to pub landlord James King of The White House, Risley Hall, Risley, Derbyshire. He also denies an allegation that he conspired with his alleged victim to pervert the course of justice.                     - Daily Mail