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Tuesday 13 September 2016 | Published in Politics

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CROWN Law has taken over a court matter from the police prosecution for an assault case that has dragged on since October. Seremai Labaibure appeared in Cook Islands High Court on September 8 before Justice of Peace Carmen Temata on a charge of assault of a female. Defence counsel Mark Short said the police asked the Crown to review the case and he was informed by Crown lawyer Alison Mills that they will get a response shortly.

CROWN Law has taken over a court matter from the police prosecution for an assault case that has dragged on since October. Seremai Labaibure appeared in Cook Islands High Court on September 8 before Justice of Peace Carmen Temata on a charge of assault of a female. Defence counsel Mark Short said the police asked the Crown to review the case and he was informed by Crown lawyer Alison Mills that they will get a response shortly.


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