Former Norfolk teacher denies historical sex offences
- Credit: SIMON FINLAY
A former Norfolk teacher is to stand trial accused of historical sex offences.
Glyn Jones, 55, a former high school teacher in Norfolk who now lives in Major Mitchell Drive, Brisbane, Australia, has been charged with 13 offences, including 11 offences of indecent assault.
Jones appeared at Norwich Crown Court yesterday for a plea and trial preparation hearing where he pleaded not guilty to all 13 counts, including two of attempted indecent assault.
A trial has been fixed for January 17 next year at Norwich Crown Court.
Jones, who wore a dark suit, white shirt and purple tie, was granted conditional bail but warned that if he did not return the trial would proceed in his absence.
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The alleged offences involved girls between the years 1979 and 1996, all aged 16 or under at the time.
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