A student was sexually assaulted with a broomstick by one of his close friends, the High Court at Gisborne was told yesterday. The evidence was given on the first day of the trial of six Napier youths charged with sexually violating and indecently assaulting a student with a broomstick at a party last October The trial is before Justice Warwick Gendall and a jury of six men and six women. The Crown alleges that all six defendants conspired to sexually violate the complainant, then aged 17, while he was sleeping after attending an 18th birthdayparty. A seventh youth, Andrew James Castles, 18, who inserted the broomstick, pleaded guilty to the sexual violation charges.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Three former St. Michael's College School students have been sentenced to two years of probation for sexually assaulting a student with a broomstick in November and for assaulting another teen with a broomstick the previous month. The teens pleaded guilty to the charges in November.
Three former St. Mike's students sentenced to two years' probation in broomstick sex assault case
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Three former St. After Ontario Court Justice Brian Weagant briefly stated only the sentence Thursday morning — the reasons were not read out in court and a written decision was later handed out — the teens embraced their parents and lawyers, visibly relieved not to be sent to jail as the Crown had asked.
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