Assault charge against lawyer withdrawn
A lawyer was discharged from Magistrates’ Court yesterday after assault allegations against him were withdrawn.
Magistrate Juan Wolffe heard that the alleged victim, Chavelle Dillon, had withdrawn all six accusations against Kamal Worrell, 38.
Carrington Mahoney, for the prosecution, told the court that Ms Dillon had withdrawn the charges for “the sake of their child”.
Mr Worrell first appeared in court on November 16. He denied all the charges.
The incidents were alleged to have occurred on November 14 last year in Warwick.
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