Tag: indecent assault

Jan 06

Philip Queree’s Indecent Assault Conviction For Touching Woman’s Breasts During Consensual Sex Tossed On Appeal

Philip Queree (The Sun (London))

Philip Queree was acquitted on January 4, 2018 by an appeals court in Jersey of indecent assault for touching his partner’s breasts during consensual sex. The appeals court ruled the prosecution’s evidence failed to prove Queree committed a crime. Queree and the woman, identified in court documents as Miss X, met on August 18, 2016 …

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Dec 27

Judge Complains To Jury Paul Cleary’s Acquittal Will Distress Prosecution Witnesses

Paul Cleary leaving Liverpool Crown Court during his trial (Liverpool Echo)

The lack of objectivity and pro-prosecution bias of judges is common in countries around the world. There are times when a judge simply cannot resist the temptation to overtly express their sympathy with the prosecution. One of those times occurred on December 10, 2013 after a jury in Liverpool, England acquitted Paul Cleary of allegedly …

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Dec 27

Josephine Greensill Acquitted Of Indecent Assaults Allegedly Committed in 1979

Josephine Greensill after her acquittal by the Victoria Court of Appeals on November 22, 2012 and her release from prison. (Joe Armao, The Age (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)

Josephine Mary Greensill has been acquitted on appeal of indecently assaulting two 8-year-old boys in 1979 who were students at the school where she taught near Melbourne, Australia. She was released after 2 years and 4 months of imprisonment. In 1979 Greensill was a 28-year-old third-grade teacher at the Bayswater Primary School in Bayswater, a …

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