Court judgements

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16 Dec 2010 - Northern Ireland
The complainant in this case was born in 1983. The indictment contained two specific counts of indecent assault alleged to have occurred when the complainant was aged between 8 and 10 years of age. The first incident occurred when the complainant...
07 Dec 2010 - Northern Ireland
The appellant was friendly with the complainants' father when he (the father) was married to the complainants' mother and had known the complainants since they were born. The appellant would have visited their house on occasions. The...
06 Dec 2010 - England, Wales
This is our judgment on the appeal of Anthony O'Shea against his conviction on 18 October 2005 at the Crown Court at Northampton, before His Honour Judge Eccles and a jury, of two counts of incitement to distribute an indecent photograph of a...
03 Dec 2010 - Northern Ireland
The appellant pleaded guilty to 3 counts of indecent assault on a child, 4 counts of sexual assault of a child and one count of sexual assault by penetration of a child. On 14 April 2010 he was sentenced under the Criminal Justice (NI) Order 2008 to...
02 Dec 2010 - England, Wales
Rees Burridge was born on 7 August 2006. Just short of 8 weeks later, on 30 September 2006, he was admitted to hospital suffering from irrecoverable injuries and, on 2 October 2006, life support was discontinued and he died. An investigation of the...
24 Nov 2010 - England, Wales
The complainants were the appellant's daughters K, born on 20 June 1966, and P, born on 7 January 1968. Counts 1–18 alleged sexual abuse of K over a 13 year period: from 1980 to 1982, while she was under 16, the appellant was alleged to have...
12 Nov 2010 - Scotland
The applicant arrived in the United Kingdom as a visitor on 30 December 1991. On 4 August 1993 he was granted indefinite leave to remain as the spouse of a United Kingdom national. His wife already had a female child of her own. She had a male child...
02 Nov 2010 - Scotland
The appellant was convicted after trial of having committed in his youth various sexual crimes of which his two sisters, FM and CM, were the victims. These included the rape of FM on various occasions between 1968 and 1976, when she was between the...
26 Oct 2010 - England, Wales
A large number of claimants assert that they were physically and/or sexually abused by staff at the school which they attended. The school had begun life in the nineteenth century as a reformatory for delinquent boys founded by charitably minded...
27 Aug 2010 - England, Wales
On 16 February 2007 the claimant (the Respondent to the appeal) issued proceedings against the Society of Jesus Trust of 1929 claiming damages for personal injury and consequential loss occasioned through sexual abuse by Father Michael Spencer SJ...