Radford prisoner inquest murder: Justice for victims of abuse after 13 years Read more
The court of appeal ruled the prosecution had failed to prove his innocence and that a retrial was unnecessary because of the failure of the defence to produce an agreed statement from Guere, who is due to be released on bail on 10 October 2015.
However, the judge ruled the case against Guere should be considered in full following the fact he had pleaded guilty to an offence for which a new trial could not be had.
Guere had claimed at his first pre-trial hearing that he was innocent of the murder of the 15-year-old child because his actions were driven by the grief of finding out he was pregnant. He has maintained his innocence to this day, but the Crown maintains there is a possibility of new evidence against him.
The Crown told the court of appeal at last week온라인 바카라‘s hearing that Guere had used his girlfriend’s photograph to sexually abuse the boy in 2002.
The prosecution claim that Guere had been under an obligation to the victim, who at the time w포커 족보as 13, to provide a statement after the boy’s father became suspicious. In fact Guere’s girlfriend told police her boyfriend had “a history of raping, abusing and sexually assaulting children.”
The defence claimed the couple, who lived on opposite sides of Glasgow and attended local community schools together, did not discuss sex in public school. She claimed to have had a “relationship with her boyfriend at some point in the past year or so, but there was never anything sexual about that relationship and she never had any sexual relations with her boyfriend.”
In April last year, Guere’s defence barrister, Andrew O’Riordan, said the teenager had asked Guere to stay with her for two weeks and that he eventually left her because she became worried she would get in trouble and become a victim of domestic violence.
Guere, now 32, admitted to one count of perverting the 우리 카지노course of justice and two counts of attempted perverting the course of justice for the victim’s death.
The two victims’ families also made submissions for Guere and the Crown to be remanded in custody for the trial of his child rape charges, saying there was enough evidence to have the case retried for evidence they had not received. The families also asked the court not to impose any prison time on the convicted paedophile, who must serve a minimum 10 years for each charge before becoming eligible fo