RE G (A WARD) (CRIMINAL INJURIES : COMPENSATION)  1 FLR 103 The Applicant was a girl whose parents’ relationship had broken down in 1984. The father continued to have visiting access rights to the girl until 1986, at which point he was accused of sexually abusing the girl. He issued wardship proceedings, during which the father was exonerated, but the court ordered that she should remain with her mother. The Official Solicitor (acting for the girl) instructed a psychiatric who concluded that the girl had been sexually abused. Full report here.
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