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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Stoke's Found Not Guilty Of Affray By Jury Member's.

Stoke's Found Not Guilty Of Affray By Jury Member's | hitmesix.blogspot.com
Ben Stokes england allrounder found to be not guilty in affray case, he was arrested on the suspicion of causing actual bodily harm and charged with affray following an incident outside a nightclub named Mbargo,which left on man in hospital.

The decision means ECB could yet make changes to the unchanged squad it named for the Trent Bridge Test against India, starting on August 18.

But that could also depend on whether ECB's Cricket Disciplinary Commission [CDC] decides to award cricket-related punishments to Stokes, and Alex Hales who was also involved in the incident last year.

On Monday, Gordon Cole QC, representing Stokes, used his closing statement to question whether his client was getting "special treatment" because of his profile. "Throughout this trial there has been a focus on Ben Stokes," Cole said. "Is this man getting special treatment because of who he is?