The trial of Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has been postponed again. The Welshman is accused of domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville, as well as an assault on her sister – Emma, on the night of November 1, 2020.
Ryan Giggs was awaiting his verdict, but the jury failed to reach a consensus within 4 days. The law in England states that a judge can pass sentence once once the jury reaches a unanimous decision on the case. It has not reached one after 22 hours and 59 minutes of discussion.
The case against Giggs was dropped initially because of a backlog due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and later because of harmful asbestos emissions at the Manchester courthouse.
Ryan Giggs’ new trial date is expected to be in June 2023.
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