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  • Dorothy Ryan is accused of grievous bodily assault against social worker Hilary Henshaw. Miss Henshaw had deemed that Mrs. Ryan was incapable of looking after her four children and the Prosecution claim that Ryan first threatened Miss Henshaw with violence then attacked her in the car park leaving her covered in blood. The Defence case is that there was no assault - Ryan was upset at the decision but merely wanted to talk to the social worker but slipped on icy ground which resulted in her accidentally knocking her to the ground.

    - Written by Alan Briscoe

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