Leazes Park sex assault trial: Errors from Arabic translations delay proceedings

Leazes Park sex assault trial: Errors from Arabic translations delay proceedings
 

Errors in interpreting three Arabic-speaking men’s police interviews have caused delays in their sexual assault trial, a jury has been told.
Married Syrian Mohammed Alfrouh, 20, denies molesting two 14-year-old girls in Leazes Park, Newcastle in May.
He is on trial at Newcastle Crown Court for three counts of sexual assault.
Co-accused Omar Badreddin, 18, and Mohammed Allakkoud, 18, each deny a single count of sexual assault, said to have been on a girl behind a pavilion in the park.
During the trial which started last week, the jury has been read transcripts of the defendants’ interviews... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 40
Source: Sunday Sun
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