Following 6 weeks of trial, HHJ J Lodge acceded to the submissions of no case to answer and withdrew the case from the jury. The defendants were on trial for Murder, Manslaughter, Section 18 and Section 20.
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The former Cambridge Analytica analyst befriended teenage girls on Instagram and offered them up to £1000 to perform sexual acts.
He tried to set up a meeting with a 15 year-old girl after persuading her to send images of her touching herself intimately.
He was sentenced to 6 years’ imprisonment.
On Wednesday 6th October at 16:30, Steven Perian QC will be taking part in the first session of “See it – Believe it – Achieve it” open to all via Teams which will involve an interview style format with hosts getting to really know speakers – from their early beginnings to finding their career and the obstacles they may have faced along the way and what they did to overcome them. There will be a Q & A at the end for the audience to get involved.
Verphy Kudi admitted the manslaughter of her 20-month old daughter after leaving her alone for 6 days whilst she celebrated her 18th birthday. The defendant was jailed for 9 years.
The trial is ongoing at Warwick Crown Court.
The defendant posed as a financial investor and took money from two men, aged 81 and 91, claiming he would invest it by placing horse-racing bets. Instead he took their money and spent it on paying off his own debts and funding his lifestyle.
Robert Wright took a 10-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier with him when he went to Sainsbury’s in Nuneaton in November. The boy’s facial injuries were treated at hospital, but he has been left with scarring. The defendant was given a suspended prison sentence and the dog has been put down.