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Rippingale pastor in court over ‘controlling behaviour’

Court news.
Court news.

A Lincolnshire-based pastor accused of controlling or coercive behaviour is to face a Crown Court hearing later this year.

Antony Slack (56), of Dovecote, Rippingale, was scheduled to appear at Lincoln Crown Court today (Monday) but was excused attendance because of ill-health.

Recorder Simon King adjourned the case for a plea and trial preparation hearing to be held on November 3.


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