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Lawyer’s son charged with rape
The 29-year-old son of attorney Selwyn Wong has been charged with rape. Sean Wong, a clerical officer at the Port Authority, was not called upon to plea when he appeared yesterday before Magistrate Maureen Baboolal-Gafoor in the Port-of-Spain Seventh Court. He is charged with having sexual intercourse with a woman without her consent on September 2, at Cantaro Village, Santa Cruz. Prosecutor Wayne Mohammed did not object to bail. Wong’s father remained at the bar table as attorney Wayne Sturge offered a plea in mitigation on Wong’s behalf. Sturge said Wong had no criminal record or any matters pending. He said the complainant and the defendant lived in the same area but not in close proximity.
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