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Secondary School teacher guilty of Indecent Assault Featured

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Secondary School teacher guilty of Indecent Assault

After deliberating for just under two hours a nine-member jury panel at the Number Two Supreme Court on Monday found a former secondary school teacher guilty on a charge of indecent assault, one of two charges for which he appeared before the court; the second charge being rape to which he was found not guilty.  

Joel Pascal, twenty-eight-year-old former teacher attached to a leading secondary school in St George’s was accused of leading a fifteen-year-old student into sexual acts, the incident dated back to 2012, he was represented in court by defense counsel George Prime. 

Following Monday’s verdict Pascal who now faces a maximum ten years behind bars was remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison until his sentencing date later this month (March).

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