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People are not usually found guilty if there is no evidence but there will be evidence.
If the complainant gave evidence then that is evidence.
Can I clarify anything for you?
You really don't need a phone call and it will rack up costs.
If there is a complainant who says this did happen then I'm afraid the jury just believed her and not him.
You have actually been waiting less than 10 mins.
This is not a chat service.
I am not going to be able to tell you that you can appeal on the basis that you are not happy with the verdict.
She made an allegation. Jurors are entitled to believe that. Otherwise there would be no point in prosecuting.
Please can you read our exchange above. You will find comment upon this at 03.08 to which you responded.
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No problem. I understand.
Some of these prosecutions are ridiculous.
You shouldn't be charged for the phone call as it wasn't made.