Today Poole Magistrate Court required Adam to state his plea to the charge of breaching a public spaces protection order.

He pled ‘not guilty’ and the case has now been fixed for legal argumentation followed by a trial on 2 and 16 November respectively.

The legal argumentation is expected to include an abuse of process argument concerning I) the police’s prior assurance to Adam that his actions did not constitute a criminal offence, the inordinate delay in bringing proceedings, and the lack of independence of the council.

Following argumentation, a 2 day trial will take place on 16th November involving the giving of evidence and cross examination of key witnesses and Adam giving his defence.

For more information about this case then please visit ADF UK’s website.

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