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John Kilbourne Appeal 1 July 31st 1972 Court of Appeal

Appeal against conviction was allowed and conviction quashed. This appeal is important as it contains legal precedent for corroboration and is a case often referred to in this regard, and there is also reference to two definitions of indecent assault. … Continue reading

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Precedent for a Trial of Perpetrator of Child Sexual Abuse who had Dementia?

Since I wrote this a couple of days ago the Daily Mail on 20th April has found 19 cases with people suffering dementia convicted of sex crimes, ten in last year See this link [ 5] Is this the answer to a … Continue reading

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