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Chloe Lennon secures acquittal for defendant accused of breaching his notification requirements contrary to section 91 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.

22/04/2024

Chloe Lennon secures acquittal for defendant accused of breaching his notification requirements. The defendant was accused of failing to register a bank card in accordance with section 91 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.

At trial, it was successfully argued that the defendant had a reasonable excuse for failing to register his bank card. The defendant was acquitted.

Shahnaz Sargent of Raj Law Solicitors.

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