August 19, 2016 1:18 pm

Woman further remanded for alleged rape of daughter

A 45-year-old woman charged with Rape of her 14-year-old daughter appeared at the Suva High Court today. The woman who is charged with one count of ‘Rape’ and one count of ‘Assault’ appeared before Justice Salesi Temo. The State  Prosecutor filed and served the information and disclosures. Justice Temo adjourned the matter to September 2nd […]

A 45-year-old woman charged with Rape of her 14-year-old daughter appeared at the Suva High Court today.

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The woman outside the Nasinu Magistrates Court earlier this year. (Nacanieli Tuilevuka/Newswire)

The woman who is charged with one count of ‘Rape’ and one count of ‘Assault’ appeared before Justice Salesi Temo.

The State  Prosecutor filed and served the information and disclosures.

Justice Temo adjourned the matter to September 2nd for mention and the accused has been further remanded in custody.

Woman appears in court for allegedly raping 14-yr-old daughter

AUGUST 2, 2016 8:41am | Nacanieli Tuilevuka

A 45-year-old woman who allegedly raped and assaulted her 14‑year‑old daughter appeared in the Suva High Court last week.

The woman is alleged to have committed the acts between the 1st January to the 5th July this year.

Justice Salesi Temo granted the  State’s application to consolidate the matters and gave 21 days to file the consolidated Information and file and serve Disclosures in the case.

The matter has been adjourned to the 19th of August for a mention and the accused has been further remanded in custody.

Woman appears in court for allegedly raping 14-yr-old daughter

July 18, 2016 | Allison Penjueli

A 45-year-old woman who is charged with Rape of her 14-year-old daughter appeared in the Nasinu Magistrate Court this afternoon.

The woman is charged with one count of ‘Rape’ and one count of ‘Assault’ appeared before Magistrate Charles Ratakele.

The offence took place between the 1st January to the 5th July this year.

Police Prosecution lawyer Cpl. Pauliasi Lutunauga requested the case to be transferred to the Suva High Court due to the seriousness of the case.

Magistrate Ratakele agreed to the request and has placed a restraining order on the accused and stated that it was an ‘indictable offence’.

The case has been adjourned to the 29th of July at the Suva High Court.

The accused is remanded in custody.