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Man facing trial over alleged Christmas assault

Man facing trial over alleged Christmas assault

Saturday 06 March 2021

Man facing trial over alleged Christmas assault

A 35-year-old man has denied committed a grave and criminal assault on a female in St. Helier on Christmas Day last year.

Kurt Miller pleaded not guilty in the Royal Court on Friday, which the Crown did not accept.

A two-day trial was set for 27 July and Mr Miller was remanded in custody until a pre-trial plea and directions hearing on 15 April.

No bail application was made because Mr Miller does not have a fixed address.

Lieutenant Bailiff Anthony Olsen was presiding, sitting with Jurats Dulake and Hughes.

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