Monday, 30 September 2013

Barrister quits CPS sex case panel

Source BBC News@

Snaresbrook Crown Court The sexual abuse case involving a 13-year-old victim was heard at Snaresbrook Crown Court

A barrister who described a 13-year-old victim of sex abuse as "predatory" in court has agreed to resign from the Crown Prosecution Service's rape panel of advocates, the CPS says.

Robert Colover will no longer prosecute in cases involving serious sexual offences or child sexual abuse.

Mr Colover was widely criticised after his remark during the trial of Neil Wilson, 41, at Snaresbrook Crown Court in August.

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