Jurors in Hoggard trial to overview extra testimony after saying they’re deadlocked

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Posted June 4, 2022 9:04 am

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Jurors within the sexual assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard are anticipated to proceed reviewing testimony this morning as deliberations proceed for a fifth day.
The jury has twice advised the courtroom it can not attain a unanimous verdict on “some” of the counts within the case, however the choose has requested them to maintain attempting.
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Jurors in Jacob Hoggard trial overview testimony after telling courtroom they’re deadlocked

On Friday night, jurors requested the courtroom to replay the testimony given by Hoggard and the second complainant relating to their encounter on Nov. 22, 2016. They’re anticipated to proceed listening as we speak.Hoggard, the frontman for the band Hedley, has pleaded not responsible to 2 counts of sexual assault inflicting bodily hurt and one in all sexual interference, a cost that refers back to the sexual touching of somebody beneath 16.

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Prosecutors allege Hoggard violently and repeatedly raped a teenage fan and a younger Ottawa lady within the fall of 2016, and that he groped the teenager after a Hedley present within the spring of 2016, when she was 15.The defence argues Hoggard by no means touched the teenager sexually earlier than she turned 16, and that his sexual encounters with each complainants had been consensual.

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