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4th November, 2019

Emma Greenhalgh appears in one of the largest ever family trials

Emma Greenhalgh appeared in one of the largest family trials to have ever taken place. The High Court case which was listed for 15 weeks concluded in April this year before Sir Mark Hedley KT. The Judge noted that the case was the most 'complex he had been involved in.'

The case concerned allegations of child sexual assault made by three sisters and against, in excess of 20 family members and friends. The Judge determined that the alleged paedophile ring had not existed.  

The full judgment can be read HERE.



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