Delays in case of impersonating as a police

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The trial of a 43-year-old is accused of having impersonated as a policeman and forcing seven women to have sex with him is delayed. The ruling is expected on Tuesday.

In the court, the man was sentenced to twelve years in prison, and the appeal began before two weeks in Gulating Court of Appeal.

It was set for eight days in the Court of Appeal in Stavanger, with largely the same evidence and witnesses in court.

The case should have been completed Friday but there have been delays in the case.

It is expected that the jury will make its ruling on the question of guilt Tuesday, writes Rogaland Avis.

According to the indictment released, the man disguised himself as a policeman and forced eight prostitutes to have sex with him by threatening them with arrest and disclosure about their business.

The 43-year-old’s lawyer, Brynjar Meling stood by the claimed that the man should be acquitted on all counts.

 

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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