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Ian Alleyne reappears before PoS court, maintains not guilty plea
Attorneys representing Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne today claimed that their client has no case to answer in relation to a charge of resisting arrest.
Senior Counsel Israel Khan made the submission after the State closed its case against Alleyne this morning with the witness statements of five police officers, who were involved in Alleyne's arrest in April last year, being tendered into evidence.
The case is before Senior Magistrate Annette McKenzie.
Khan claimed Alleyne's arrets was illegal and as such he could not have possibly resisted.
State prosecutor George Busby asked for additional time to research the submission and will present his submissions on October 18.
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