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Will he not disclose it?
In that case, there isn't any right to know the facts of the offence at this stage. He has no duty to tell you and the police will not.
However, you could always attend court and sit in the public gallery to ascertain what the facts are. I wouldn't necessarily take the crown's case at it's highest though. Allegations of Sexual offences are often a load of nonsense.
Can I clarify anything for you?
I wouldn't necessarily believe a word of it.
You can hear their allegations in Court. I would wait for the cross examination though. That is when the truth comes out usually.
Sexual offences are very easy to allege.
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