Crispin Odey will face another day in court next month as his indecent assault trail rumbles on beyond its expected two-day length, after district judge Nicholas Rimmer ruled that the case must be heard despite protests from the defence.
Odey's lawyer, Crispin Aylett QC, concluded day two of the trial by calling for the case to be thrown out owing to "inconsistencies" in the evidence presented by witnesses and the complainant. However,...
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